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A Framework for Understanding, Addressing and Preventing Neighborhood Trauma

NEW DATE: Monday, May 24, 2021
10:00am to 11:00am via Zoom

Due to an unavoidable conflict, Dr. Brown has rescheduled this event for Monday, May 24, 2021.

Currently registered participants will be automatically re-registered for the new date. If you are currently registered and unable to attend on the new date, please email, so we can give your space to another participant. 

Neighborhood or collective trauma is the product of decades of economic, political, social, and racial isolation. In this seminar participants will learn to recognize the symptoms of neighborhood trauma and the three spheres to measure a healthy community; the social-cultural environment (the people); the physical/built environment (the place), and the opportunities afforded in the economic and educational environment (equitable opportunity.) The seminar will include a discussion of comprehensive strategies to address the three spheres and promote community healing while building resilience and preventing violence.

This one-hour virtual interaction, featuring Dr. Pamela Brown, Executive Director of Anne Arundel County Partnership for Children, Youth & Families, is open to the public and free to registered participants. 

Register Here

May 24, 2021

Location | Zoom
Time | 10:00am to 11:00am

May 24 - 10:00AM


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