Outlines how historical trauma has impacted American Indian children and families and how services for these children and families should take into account not only their present circumstances, personal trauma histories, but also historical trauma
Explores the experience of survivors of the Jewish Holocaust, the Japanese American WWII camps, and key events affecting Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders.
Outlines how historical trauma has impacted African Americans who are descendants of enslaved Africans.
Addresses the issues facing poor, urban, African American children who deal with traumatic stress. The webinar discusses how conceptions of race and racism have an impact on these children and their families.
Discusses how families living in racially and economically segregated communities must also cope with the effects of historical trauma and intergenerational racism.
Affirms the importance of addressing the impact of historical trauma, including slavery, in the lives of African Americans in the U.S.
Explores both the historical and current causes for disproportionality.
Brings a raft of stories about our ongoing work to help families and children deal with trauma amid the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Highlights creating STS-informed organizations, building bridges between child welfare and mental health agencies, and one young man’s journey through sexual exploitation to mentoring others.
Addresses how "White supremacy" culture has systematically served as the formation, foundation, and expression of institutional racism throughout U.S.