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The Town Hall is a 2.5 hour event welcoming Former Foster, and Child Welfare System impacted Youth Graduate students to share their needs with the Graduate Division. Hosts include: Lisa García Bedolla (Dean of the Graduate Division), Denzil Streete (Assistant Dean of Graduate Diversity), Diversity & Community Fellows (Academic Development Huddle), and Charly King Beavers, MA (Hope Scholars Director). Food will be provided! Campus access badge required.
This event is focused around student schedules that may need to arrive late or leave early to accommodate classes or commitments. Sign-in will include the option for students to provide their email address for further follow up and communication.
Foster Youth and Child Welfare System Impacted: Former foster youth, Guardianship, Probationship, Adoption, Orphaned before the age of 18
By holding this event and holding space for an open discussion, we aim to:
We realize that this topic is an emotional one, and accordingly a mental health provider from the Tang Center will be on hand to provide immediate assistance, grounding techniques, and connection to further services should they be needed.
We are excited to welcome Treajané Brown, MA (she/they), a mental health provider from the Tang Center whose specialty areas include: Black + QT identity, self and community-care, and pleasure centered wellness strategies.
Learn more and register for the event here.