Lecture: Black History Month – Wellbeing and Healing for Future Generations
Preparing youth for the future is most effective when efforts and interventions begin in early life. However, Black children are disproportionately affected by sociopolitical determinants of physical and mental health that have challenged their opportunity and potential for success . This panel will address how to promote equity, wellbeing, and flourishing for today’s youth and future generations from theological, educational, psychological and health perspectives.
This lecture is part of the Center for Bioethics Black History Month Series.