Topic:

Racial Equity

Parenting While Black 2024

The Parenting While Black series returns in Spring 2024 – Believe, Liberate, and Behold: Beautifully Brilliant Black Babies and Children. This free, engaging webinar series will offer real conversations for […]

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Meet Mayra E. Alvarez: Advocate for Child Health Equity

Mayra E. Alvarez, President of The Children’s Partnership, a nonprofit advocacy organization in California, spends every working hour, and many non-working ones, fighting for policies that will improve the health and well-being of children across her home state.

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Parenting While Black 2023

We are excited for our 2023 Parenting While Black series, Radically Resistant: Fostering the Brilliance and Awe in Raising Bold Black Children. This free virtual conversation […]

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Somos Latinx Families

This free virtual conversation series offers a safe and welcoming space to hold conversations for and by Latinx families.

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Learning to Listen: Conversations for Change

Learning to Listen: Conversations for Change are free virtual conversations featuring inspiring leaders working on the frontlines of current and emerging issues for children and families.

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Parenting While Black 2022

Parenting While Black is a free webinar series that offers a safe and welcoming space to hold conversations for and by Black families.

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Family-to-Family Real Talk Series

BTC’s Family-to-Family Real Talk Series creates dialogue and connections that build community between and among affinity groups of parents, and open up safe spaces for honest conversations about challenges and opportunities that matter to their families today.

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Meet Our New Director of Relational Equity and Belonging

We are honored to officially welcome Dr. Eurnestine Brown as the first Director of Relational Equity and Belonging at the Brazelton Touchpoints Center and first Boston Children’s Hospital Division of Developmental Medicine (DDM) Director of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging.

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Say Their Names

Tanisha Anderson Armaud Arbery Jacob Blake – of this list, the only one still alive as of this writing, paralyzed from the waist downSandra BlandMichael Brown Philando […]

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Juneteenth

Today, Friday, Juneteenth, 2020 commemorates the end of slavery. We need this day to be a national holiday. Not just to remember the end of slavery, but to remember slavery itself, and the ways that it lives on in the systemic racism that continues to exploit, harm and kill.

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