Barker is excited to announce the launch of our new virtual training series during this current period of quarantine which takes place from June - October 2020 and offers CAT I CEU's through the MD Board of Social Work.
Parents and professionals are all welcome to join us and register today for our kick-off training session, Anti-Racism: Exploring What It Means To Be Anti-Racist In Our Personal & Professional Lives on June 29th.
Description of Workshop
Anti-Racism: Exploring What It Means To Be Anti-Racist In Our Personal & Professional Lives
We encourage parents and community members to join our kick-off virtual training session with presenter, Nabina Liebow, who is a transracial, international adoptee. Nabina works at American University as Director of the College of Arts & Sciences' Leadership and Ethical Development Program. In her role, she seeks to make ethics education accessible to students from all backgrounds. Her academic research is focused on the intersection of ethics and race. In this session, Dr. Liebow will help us explore the complexities of race, privilege, and challenge us to better understand and proactively implement anti-racist behaviors in our personal and professional lives.
When: June 29th, 9:30 AM - 12:45 PM EDT
Registration Fee: $35 per registrant
CEU Information: 3 CAT I CEU's will be provided
Stay tuned for additional information on the upcoming series of trainings from July-October 2020.