Racial Discrimination from Childhood to Adulthood

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Date: September 9, 2021
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location: Live on Zoom
Category: Seminar
WSU Merrill Palmer Skillman Institute for child and family development is pleased to present:
 
Racial Discrimination from Childhood to Adulthood: Integrating Social and Biological Approaches to Understand its Antecedents and Consequences

Live Virtual Presentation
Thursday, Sept 9, Noon to 1 pm*
 
Research Associate
University of Pittsburgh
 
Dr. Del Toro will present the short- and long-term consequences associated with specific perpetrators of racial discrimination and with involvement in the criminal justice system across the life span from childhood to adulthood.
 
Specifically, he will take multi-method, interdisciplinary, and research-practice partnership approaches to elucidate:
 
  1. Why distinguishing between perpetrators of racial discrimination matters for child development, and
  2. The direct and intergenerational consequences of involvement in the criminal justice system.
 
Lastly, he will discuss how researchers, practitioners, and educators can draw from the evidence to create diverse and inclusive environments to support positive youth development and reduce the consequences of youth of color’s involvement in the criminal justice system.

Racial Discrimination from Childhood to Adulthood: Integrating Social and Biological Approaches to Understand its Antecedents and Consequences

The Noon to 1 pm presentation is free and open to all, however, * the speaker meets virtually with only MPSI Fellows & Trainees from 1:00 - 2:00 pm.

Connect to Zoom meeting HERE
Or call by phone: +1 646 876 9923 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 914 5183 6544
Passcode: 668538
 
Questions contact: MPSI Training Director Dr. Julie Wargo Aikins, 313-664-2547


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