Calling all educators, service providers, social workers, school professionals and community-based organizations!
Here’s your chance to partake in an anti-discrimination clinic that will equip you with the tools to better help youth and families in your communities.
Project Reach, a community organization that has held anti-discrimination and social justice training for 35 years, is hosting a Queens-wide workshop clinic to address issues of bullying, bias and discrimination.
This 6-hour, participant-centered training will also confront identity destruction, inter-group conflict, community disempowerment. Project Reach invites individuals and organizations that want to end discrimination and injustice and institutionalize substantive and sustainable cultural change.
The Queens clinic will be at Flushing Library, located at 41-17 Main Street, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Breakfast will be served at 8:30 a.m.
To register online, visit bit.ly/QnClinic2016. Deadline is today, June 8.
For more information, contact Don Kao at firstname.lastname@example.org.