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Sunday, October 2 • 9:45am - 11:00am
BIPOC Families in Transition: Aligning the Heart and the Head

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Families are a child's first introduction to the world. The BIPOC experience adds nuanced factors that add much joy and group affiliation. When a child begins a gender journey they take that family along with them. BIPOC families desire to celebrate their children and deserve the space and tools to participate in the fullness of that experience. If you are feeling overwhelmed in the transition, this course offers an island of hope that you are not alone. Come learn about this transition and adopt tools to add your unique cultural experience to the process.

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L. Frances Brown (she/her)

L.Frances Brown, MEd contends the intersectionality of her life experiences include Black Woman; Parent of a Trans Adult; Graduate of a Historically Black College and University; Registered Voter and School Psychologist formerly assigned to an urban school district. My career in... Read More →
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Dr. Kimberly H. Lemite (she/her)

Dr. Kimberly H. Lemite, NCSP started as an elementary school teacher in NYC and Long Island NY. She graduated from Teachers College, Columbia University earning a PhD in School Psychology.  She has worked in Henrico County Public schools and Chesterfield County Public Schools for... Read More →

Sunday October 2, 2022 9:45am - 11:00am PDT