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What is Effective in Working with Men

This session focuses on modeling the importance of men and women working together to promote healing and transformation for individuals, families, and communities.   Presenters: Jerry Tello, Co-Founder National Compadres Network, Debra Camarillo, Executive Director of The Latino Commission and Barbara…

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Sacred Manhood: El Hombre Noble

This session focuses on exploring the definition of Sacred Manhood and “Un Hombre Noble” (A Noble Man), the counter-narrative of men with toxic masculinity. We do this by uplifting the positive values, traditions, practices, roles and responsibilities of Sacred Manhood…

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Hispanic Hericate Month 2022

31 Ways in 31 Days to Celebrate Latine Children, Youth, and Families 

From September 15th to October 15th, our nation celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month to observe and recognize our Latine* culture and the milestones and contributions of our community. The observation originated as a week-long celebration and was later extended by President Ronald Reagan in 1988 to be celebrated over a full month. Rightfully so, as our U.S. Hispanic population reached 62.1 million in 2020, accounting for 19% of all Americans and making our community the nation’s second largest ethnic group, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.  
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Centering Racial Equity in Collaboration Survey

Collaboration is a fundamental strategy to accomplish a common purpose. It is not an end to itself, but instead a strategy to achieve goals and positive outcomes. This strategy, however, will be ineffective if it does not assess variables such as barriers to community-led participation, structural oppression, and cultural humility. The Centering Racial Equity in Collaboration survey provides a way to identify the strengths and challenges to achieving goals and project outcomes of your collaboration in ways that account for and challenge unexamined systems of power that perpetuate inequity.
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