Child Trauma, Race and Urban Identity

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In this webinar June Parks and Brad Stolbach address the issues facing poor, urban African American children who deal with traumatic stress. They discuss how conceptions of race–and the fact of racism–have an impact on these children and their families. The speakers present statistics on the types of trauma African American children in urban areas experience, as well asother adverse experiences. Also covered in the presentation is societal traumatization and the legacy of slavery.


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