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Black Girls Experiencing Homelessness: How Factors Such as Hurricane Harvey Make a Bad Situation Worse

Event Date
Tuesday, August 20, 2019, 10:00AM

Join Jacqueline Miller, Founder of Healthy Actions Intervening Responsibly, and Lyric Wardlow, TNOYS Youth Specialist, as they raise awareness of ongoing trauma and social isolation of black girls who are experiencing multiple risk factors that intersect with homelessness and post-disasters such as Hurricane Harvey. Participants will explore how to find tools and resources to build resilience from a cultural perspective. This webinar offered as part of TNOYS’ Safety Nets for Students and Families project. It is free and open to all.

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Event Contact Information

Event Contact Name
Safety Nets for Students and Families