Where do we go from here? Creating an anti-racist climate of support
This second UCLA Connections conversation between Tyrone Howard, education professor and director of the UCLA Black Male Institute and the UCLA Pritzker Center for Strengthening Children & Families, and Nicole Green, executive director of UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services, addresses questions from allies on how to make academic departments, classroom environments and other spaces more inclusive and racially conscious. The conversation explores how empathy affirms and self-care mitigates the impacts of race-based traumatic stress.
Nicole Green and Tyrone Howard
Nicole Green, Ph.D.
Executive Director, UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services
Tyrone Howard, Ph.D.
Professor, Graduate School of Education & Information Studies
Director, UCLA Black Male Institute
Director, UCLA Pritzker Center for Strengthening Children & Families
Wednesday, July 29
1 p.m. PDT | 4 p.m. EDT