In this webinar, we will hear from Black Family Development in Detroit, Michigan, on how their organization implements programming through a racial equity lens to achieve their mission. Through hearing their commitments and stories, we can continue to learn about ourselves and apply their ideas to our work.
In this webinar, we will hear from program leads in the United States and New Zealand about the approaches they have used to build culturally and linguistically responsive programming. Working through this lens, their programs are building community and a holistic foundation of support for the children and families they serve.
Blog Posts (5)
In New York City, LENA Start classes empowered Spanish- and Arabic-speaking families to value their native languages and maintain them across generations.
In New Zealand, LENA is a tool to empower whānau (families) to connect to culture and each other.
Pedro Mendez, birth to three program administrator at Denver Public Library, explains how his team prioritizes and responds to the needs of families in a culturally appropriate way.
Universities that use LENA are putting research into action, producing valuable data, and creating hands-on learning opportunities for students and faculty.
Family engagement specialist Kai-ama Hamer shares strategies for involving parents in community and school-based programs.