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Raising Black Girls 2020

In this webinar, The Cradle’s Our Children initiative brings together a panel parents to discuss issues prevalent to Black girls. Many of the challenges faced by Black boys are very similar to those Black girls face but are not often discussed. We have an open and honest dialogue around the realities Black girls face and the added layers in parenting that come with raising a Black girl today. Panelists share the discussions they are having with their daughters, and the major concerns they face while raising her in today’s world. We tackle some very serious topics around safety and the emotional toll that the current state of the world has on Black girls.

Please join us on Twitter using #RaisingBlackGirls

This webinar was offered live October 29, 2020. Once purchased, you will launch the recorded webinar from the link in your account page.

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Raising Black Girls 2020
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Venus E. Evans-Winters, Ph.D

Dr. Evans-Winters teaches Educational Policy Research, Critical Race Theory in Education, and Black Feminist Thought. She is a clinical psychotherapist in private practice, a certified clinical trauma professional, and a licensed school social worker. Her latest book is titled, "The Boss Chick's Guide to Mindfulness Meditation: A Workbook for Black Women". In her free time, Dr. V enjoys pretending to be a runner and spending time on social media!

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Kathy Chaney

Ms. Chaney is a 20-year veteran across all platforms: print, digital and broadcast, and an advocate for the Black Press and diversity in newsrooms. She has worked for the Chicago Sun-Times, Ebony, WBEZ, the Chicago Defender, and Thomson Reuters

Kathy is also a mother of two girls ages 17 and 22.

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Percy Thomas III

Percy serves as liaison between the finance team and the program staff at AAP where he oversees a $25 million budget that is spread across 50 grants. He received his BA in Business Administration from Culver-Stockton College and his MBA in Finance at the Keller Graduate School of Management.

Percy is a devoted husband to his wife of 14 years and they share two amazing kids. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling and spending time with his family.

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Craig Robinson

Craig has a BA in Marketing from Hampton University, an HBCU in Virginia. He worked for the New York Times, 404 Motors, and The Sunday Paper, Johnson Publishing. He was on the founding committee for Eagle Academy in Brooklyn.

Craig is the single parent of a 10 year old daughter, whose mother passed when the baby was only 8 months old. He is passionate about mentoring young African American men and his other interests are sports, traveling, spending time with family.

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Kanetha C. Lyke

Kanetha is the Founder and Owner of Lyke Your Image LLC. She started her company while working in law enforcement. A graduate of Fisk University and DePaul University, she is a Stylist, Barber, Cosmetology Instructor, and Certified Health and Life Coach (The Health Coach Institute). Now she provides Health and Life Coaching services along with makeovers for those who are seeking a total transformation.

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