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Ubuntu: Exploring the Black Community as an Inherited System of Peer Support

March 1 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

The South African concept Ubuntu means “I am because We are.” This concept speaks about the inherited interconnected thread that binds the Black community together. It is often-unrecognized natural Peer Support that goes unnoticed and uncompensated. Join Mental Health American (MHA) as we discuss peer support from a critical lens that centers the agency and inherited value of the Black community.

Join this free, 60-minute webinar where you will learn how to:

  • Critically examine peer support and its role in Black communities
  • Understand how traditional African and African American values are inherited in peer support
  • Understand how agencies embedded in Black communities can center peer support for this population

This webinar is presented by Dr. Tamia A. McEwen. It will be recorded and available to the public within 1 week. We do not offer CEUs but are happy to provide a certificate of attendance upon request. Register here.

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Date:
March 1
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 am

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