This workshop seeks to increase tolerance and understanding between law enforcement and young men of color while promoting healing and to dispel negative perceptions between these two groups. Through this dialogue, each group should develop a recognition of each other as human beings first and not as stereotypes, and members of each group will share their positive experiences with their respective communities.
**NOTE: This workshop is designed for participants who are young men, ages 16-25. If you, or someone you know, falls into that demographic, and wishes to register, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.**
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- Disaster and Emergency Preparedness: Get Ready (Senior Services Committee)
- Homeless Individuals and Trauma: The Road to Healing and Recovery (Mental Health Committee)
- Imagining Renaissance (Arts & Culture Committee)
- Invisible Wounds Manifested: Addressing Trauma in the Lives of Students (Education Committee)
- The Legacy of Civil Disobedience (Executive Committee)
- Re-Entry to Restoration (Public Safety & Justice Committee)
- Transportation as a Vehicle for Economic Development (Economic Development Committee)
Online registration is now CLOSED.
Limited walk-in registration may be available.