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Continuing the Dialogue: Infants and Toddlers Face Racism Too

Guided conversation with Sarah LeMoine, MS and Maria Spriggs, MPH, ZERO TO THREE
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Gain new insights about how racism shapes our lives from our earliest days. Listen in for a special ZERO TO THREE Annual Conference session re-broadcast with a live facilitated dialogue. We shared excerpts from the session “Infants and Toddlers Face Racism Too: Science, Practice, and Policy”. Hear from the presenters about how racism affects America’s youngest residents–infants and toddlers. Listen how to how continued the conversation with your peers and ZERO TO THREE faculty, Sarah LeMoine, as we shared strategies and resources to help address racism and advance equity in early childhood systems, services, and programs.

Presenters featured in this broadcast were: Cynthia García Coll, PhD, University of Puerto Rico; Kang Lee PhD, Dr. Eric Jackman Institute of Child Study, University of Toronto; Marva L. Lewis, PhD, Tulane University.

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