Pinkerton Fellowship Initiative partners are invited to a full-day workshop on Wednesday, May 22, at John Jay College. The workshop will be facilitated by Barrow & Obasaju training for justice and will focus on intersectionality, identity, oppression, and trauma-informed care in youth justice settings. Barrow & Obasaju have extensive experience as anti-oppressive trainers and clinical direct-service providers. We developed this training for the Pinkerton Fellows and have a limited number of seats available for Pinkerton Fellowship partners.*
*Due to space constraints we are asking each Pinkerton Fellowship partner to select a maximum of three (3) staff members to attend. Additionally, to help ensure that practices are implemented at organizations, we ask that each organization send at least one upper-level or managerial staff member.
- 9:30-10:00am: Breakfast & Registration
- 10am-1pm: Intersectionality & Client Work
- 1:00-2:00pm: Networking Lunch
- 2:00-5:00pm: Trauma-Informed Self & Community Care
- Note: Licensed NYS social workers can receive 5 continuing education credits for attending.
Please confer with your colleagues on which members of your organization will attend, and complete the fields below to register.