2021 National Forum Social Media Toolkit

Instructions

Please join us in sharing posts on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn about the 2021 National Forum: Working Together Towards Racial Equity with Children, Families, and Communities. Use the posts, graphics, and tips below to share these three days of knowledge sharing and learning as we explore the effects of racism and trauma on children, families, and communities, and how together we can advance racial equity and justice. Make sure you use the hashtag #BTCForum and tag us (@BrazeltonTouchpointsCenter) to join the conversation!

Spread the Word

Share information on the 2021 National Forum with reach leaders, policymakers, and frontline providers across the family-facing fields including early education, perinatal, pediatric, Infant and parent mental health, social work, and home visiting.

Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn

  • @BrazeltonTouchpointsCenter’s first virtual National Forum is this April 6 – 8! Join them for three days of knowledge sharing and learning as they explore the effects of racism and trauma on children, families, and communities, and how together we can advance racial equity and justice. #BTCForum Learn more and register at www.brazeltontouchpoints.org/2021-national-forum/ 
  • Join @BrazeltonTouchpointsCenter for three days of knowledge sharing and learning as they explore how together we can advance racial equity and justice. The 2021 National Forum: Working Together Towards Racial Equity with Children, Families, and Communities is virtual, and each day begins with a plenary presentation, followed by two 90-minute workshops with concurrent choices with all sessions offered with live Spanish translation. Learn more at www.brazeltontouchpoints.org/2021-national-forum/
  • Are you interested in exploring the effects of racism and trauma on children, families, and communities, and how together we can advance racial equity and justice? Join @BrazeltonTouchpointsCenter for their first virtual National Forum on April 6-8! #BTCForum Learn more and register at www.brazeltontouchpoints.org/2021-national-forum/

To download graphics: On a desktop, click to open the image, then right-click the image and select “save image as.” On mobile, press and hold until a prompt pops up and then save the image on your camera roll. You can now share the image with your social media post!

Graphics for Facebook or LinkedIn

 

Graphics for Twitter

Graphics for Instagram

Newsletters or E-Blasts

Please join Brazelton Touchpoints Center for 2021 National Forum: Working Together Towards Racial Equity with Children, Families, and Communities, three days of knowledge sharing and learning as they explore the effects of racism and trauma on children, families, and communities, and how together we can advance racial equity and justice. The Forum is virtual, and each day begins with a plenary presentation, followed by two 90-minute workshops with concurrent choices. You can register to attend all three days, or select the days and sessions that most interest you. Live Spanish translation is available for all sessions!

Learn more and register at www.brazeltontouchpoints.org/2021-national-forum/ 

To download graphics: On a desktop, click to open the image, then right-click the image and select “save image as.” On mobile, press and hold until a prompt pops up and then save the image on your camera roll. You can now share the image with your social media post!

Share Your Story

Tell us why you are attending the 2021 National Forum! Download the graphics below to share with your post on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, or Instagram. Don’t forget to use #BTCForum in your post!

To download graphics: On a desktop, click to open the image, then right-click the image and select “save image as.” On mobile, press and hold until a prompt pops up and then save the image on your camera roll. You can now share the image with your social media post!

Graphics for Facebook or LinkedIn

 

Graphics for Twitter

Graphics for Instagram

 

Questions? Contact Kayla Savelli at kayla.savelli@childrens.harvard.edu