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Families at the Border/Families in Colorado

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Join us on October 28th as we kick-off the fall School of Public Affairs and School of Education & Human Development Education policy networking series.

We will be discussing the impact of disruption and trauma on families at the Mexico border and here in Denver. Their trauma is compounded by the ICE raids to find and deport undocumented immigrants living here.

What is our role as educators in providing support and comfort to children and families? Can schools serve as a safe place for children in such a turbulent time?

Panelists:

Dr. Jorge Chavez (HDFR), Dr. Diane Estrada (Counseling), Dr. Franci Crepeau-Hobson (School Psychology), Carlota Loya Hernández (Doctoral Candidate)

Moderator: Nita Gonzales, Principal, Nuevo Amanecer LLC

When: Monday, Oct. 28th at 5-7 p.m.

Where: Terrace Room (2nd floor)

Admission: Free, but space is limited- Register today!

Appetizers and refreshments will be served

Education Policy Networking Series – October 28th, 2019