Scott D. Berns, MD, MPH, FAAP, CEO of the National Institute for Children's Health Quality (NICHQ), discusses the Coalition for Anti-Racism and Equity in Maternal and Child Health (Care for MCH) with Jonathan Webb, MPH, MBA, CEO of the Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN), and Terrance Moore, CEO of the Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP). Other organizations participating in CARE for MCH include: National Healthy Start Association, CityMatch, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, National Association of County and City Health Officials.
Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Services Department will host the National Day of Racial Healing video viewing of Telemundo’s “Foro Contra el Racismo: Sanando Heridas Raciales” and NBC’s “National Day of Racial Healing: An NBC News NOW Special.
A discussion using the Racial Healing Conversation Guide will follow each video.
GIFTS Institute invites you to attend The Unconference: Day of Racial Healing for Health & Wellbeing Providers. Join us on January 16, 2024 from 8p to 10p (ET) as we engage in conscious care and courageous conversations. Hosted by Dr. Douglene Jackson, there will be no expert speakers or structured presentations; only conscious conversations and self-care sessions to promote racial healing.
Sacramento County Public Health staff are invited to Power Hour, an internal type of healing circle where colleagues can come, be their authentic selves and engage in discussion topics and opportunities for advancing racial equity. January's Power Hour will incorporate Conocimiento
Join County Health Rankings & Roadmaps at 2 p.m. CT/3 p.m. ET on the National Day of Racial Healing for a free webinar examining how racial healing can transform relationships between people of color, including those from Black, Indigenous and Latino communities. We’ll investigate a new approach from the Build Healthy Places Network (BHPN). BHPN developed REPAIR, a framework that helps institutions implement sustainable policies and practices that promote solidarity and healing. Program Manager Kevin Leacock will describe how REPAIR can foster belonging, build trust and shift power so that public health, health care, community development and philanthropic sectors are better positioned to engage people of color in decisions that affect their health and well-being.