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Monty’s Day in Court: What To Expect When You Have To Testify In Court

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“Monty’s Day in Court” shows young people they have the power to bring about change for themselves and others. Monty’s story serves as a tool for children in learning resilience and as an aid for those on the front lines helping young people through challenging times.  The book follows 10-year-old Monty’s journey as he learns …

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Equity and Educational Advocacy: Fighting for Youth To/Who Matter

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Elective, 3 credit hours After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. In this interactive talk, Dr. Dunn explains the key features of equitable education, particularly for youth of color and from historically marginalized communities. Participants will engage in whole and small group discussions about what it means to advocate …

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General Information Meeting

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Location: Online

Learn what it takes to become a CASA/GAL Volunteer! To Register Email sandiec@casakanecounty.org

Socially Distant Book Club

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Book for discussion is The Bluest Eye, By Toni Morrison. Register & Learn More Here

Socially Distant Book Club

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Book for discussion is The Bluest Eye, By Toni Morrison. Register & Learn More Here

Coffee Case Talk

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Core – 3 credits Please email sandiec@casakanecounty.org to register!

Financial Aid and Scholarships for Youth in Care

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Elective, 3 credits Access to higher education has become increasingly essential to obtain economic independence and success in today’s world. This webinar will provide information about accessing higher-education opportunities and financial scholarships for youth in care who are aging out of the foster care system. Register in advance for this webinar!