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Tuesday, September 8 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Help the Unseen Queen: Black Girls Who Face Unique Struggles in Education

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K-12 black girls don’t disobey more or commit more serious violations, yet they get harsher penalties than white girls. Black females are the most represented group in higher education, yet they still face unique struggles—feeling overwhelmed, hopeless and academically and emotionally unprepared. They don’t seek help compared to their white counterparts. Learn non-therapeutic tools. Promote and support the social, emotional, and economic development of black females in your community.

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Susan Toler Carr, PE,GRMS

Director of College & Career Counseling, Justin Carr Wants World Peace Foundation
Susan Toler Carr, PE is a UC San Diego certified College & Career Counselor, Director of College & Career Counseling for Justin Carr Wants World Peace Foundation, has Certifications in Grief Recovery Method® & Mental Health First Aid®. She has a BS in Civil Engineering & Certificate... Read More →

Tuesday September 8, 2020 10:00am - 11:00am PDT
  Cultural Responsiveness
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