NPN's Parent University Speaker Series brings you pertinent information on parenting and lifestyle issues. Each event will not only provide interaction with a professional on the topic of the day, but also a chance to connect with and learn from other parents. Parent University is one of the many ways NPN facilitates interaction among our member parents while providing you with educational resources. If you have an idea for a future speaker/session, please contact us at email@example.com
An E-Ticket is required to attend all Parent University Speaker Series events - 1 adult per each E-ticket.
|HOW TO TALK RACE WITH YOUR KIDS - LIVE WEBINAR SESSION @ Online|
|Time:||7:00 PM - 8:00 PM · Aug 12, 2020|
|Who:||Members & Non-members - Adults only|
If you don't get a chance to sign up for the live webinar, you'll still have a chance to see it! The webinar will be available to view on-demand for NPN members the following week. Please be sure to visit the website to access the video.
Join Damon Sumner for a live webinar discussing how to have conversations about race with our children. With his trademark wit and humor, Sumner will break down why the time is now for these conversations, how we can educate ourselves to be the informed parents our children need, and discuss practical ways to help raise our children to be young men and women who love all and desire justice for all.
He is looking forward to answering your questions and will open a Q&A after the presentation concludes. Please feel free to send questions prior to the webinar to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 10:30 AM
- 7:30 PM
Meet the Co-Chairs
|Amy Johnson||Director of Volunteers for NPN, Amy became a member in 2006 shortly before her first son was born. Prior to working for NPN, she volunteered by co-chairing the West Town Club and hosting a New Moms Group. Amy is active in her school community and serves on her Local School Council. Amy loves raising her kids in the city and exploring Chicago with her family and friends. She especially loves working and playing with NPN's amazing network of families and volunteers.|