Engaging, Managing, and Bonding through Race (EMBRace) works specifically with African-American youth (ages 10-14) and their parent(s) to confront racial trauma and stress together while promoting strength and bonding within the family. The program sessions consists of parent-child conversations, games and activities that families complete together and separately with trained clinicians.
Liz Kleinrok has been creating original lessons and units of study for over nine years, and strives to consistently incorporate social justice lessons with an anti-bias lens. With deep beliefs in Constructivist and socio-cultural learning, Liz believes that students should act as the drivers in their education, and form their own understanding through observation and inquiry of the world around them.
A Thousand Joys is committed to providing support for children, families and organizations with techniques to reduce stress, develop emotional awareness and promote greater overall wellbeing. ATJ delivers breakthrough approaches that help individuals and organizations thrive. ATJ specializes in working directly with high-risk children and families and with the organizations that serve them. Our innovative, comprehensive programs focus on trauma-related stress management, emotional regulation and healing.
The Yetunde Price Resource Center (YPRC) collaborates with partner organizations to offer trauma-informed programs that promote individual and community-wide healing and resiliency. YPRC works to ensure that victims of direct or indirect senseless violence have complete access to existing resources and that where there is a dearth in services, new resources are created.
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