CONFERENCE: Racism, Trauma, Grief, and the Role of the Black Church
ONLINE ONLY | FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | REGISTRATION REQUIRED | 3.5 CE HOURS AVAILABLE
Join New York Theological Seminary, the Center for Complicated Grief at the School of Social Work, the Columbia University Wellness Center at the Columbia Department of Psychiatry, the HOPE Center Harlem, and First Corinthians Baptist Church for the inaugural Addressing Racism Conference.
A keynote address will be provided by Michael A. Walrond (bio), Senior Pastor of First Corinthians Baptist Church.
Attendees will be able to participate in a breakout session of their choice, with topics including the intersection of spirituality and mental health; racism, historical trauma, loss and grief in the Black community; and anti-oppressive practice in action.
To learn more about this online conference, please see the registration page.