2024 Bystander Intervention to Stop Anti-Asian/American and Xenophobic Harassment Webinar

Zoom

The 60-minute interactive training will teach you Right To Be’s 5Ds of bystander intervention methodology. We’ll start by talking about the types of disrespect that Asian and Asian American folks are facing right now — from microaggressions to violence — using a tool we call the, “Spectrum of Disrespect.” You’ll learn what to look for […]

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Equity, Inclusion, Justice, and Belonging for Queer and Trans Pacific Islanders (QTPI)

Zoom

In this free online webinar, Raynald Samoa, MD will lead a discussion on the intersectional identity of Queer and Trans Pacific Islanders (QTPI) and the layered oppression this community faces as well as opportunities to address systemic barriers that disenfranchise QTPI. What will participants learn? Introduce Terminology pertinent to QTPI equity as well as QTPI […]

The Power of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Cultural Practices in Healing

Zoom

In honor of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May, please join us for a free webinar that is open to all.#AANHPIHeritageMonth#SAMHSAEquity2024What is this webinar about?This webinar focuses on applying cultural frameworks to build trust and community engagement in behavioral health care services for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander […]

Words Matter Wednesdays: A Series on Advancing Equity Through Language

Zoom

Please join us for a series this May that will explore equitable terminology that promotes social justice for populations where language has often been used to shame individuals, patronize, enforce prejudice, or limit visibility. Each session will provide updated language that helps advance equity within their population of focus. Each session will be an hour […]

Words Matter Wednesdays: A Series on Advancing Equity Through Language

Zoom

Please join us for a series this May that will explore equitable terminology that promotes social justice for populations where language has often been used to shame individuals, patronize, enforce prejudice, or limit visibility. Each session will provide updated language that helps advance equity within their population of focus. Each session will be an hour […]

Words Matter Wednesdays: A Series on Advancing Equity Through Language

Zoom

Please join us for a series this May that will explore equitable terminology that promotes social justice for populations where language has often been used to shame individuals, patronize, enforce prejudice, or limit visibility. Each session will provide updated language that helps advance equity within their population of focus. Each session will be an hour […]

Words Matter Wednesdays: A Series on Advancing Equity Through Language

Zoom

Please join us for a series this May that will explore equitable terminology that promotes social justice for populations where language has often been used to shame individuals, patronize, enforce prejudice, or limit visibility. Each session will provide updated language that helps advance equity within their population of focus. Each session will be an hour […]

Understanding Grant Funding, Acquisition & Administration for our Indigenous Communities: Part II

Zoom

This workshop is presented in partnership with Ho‘aka Mana, Papa Ola Lōkahi and the AANHPI ‘Ohana Center of Excellence. Building on the grant processes reviewed in Part I, this webinar will build on the core competencies of nonprofit and small business development and planning, following a custom-designed workbook that will guide small groups through a […]

Words Matter Wednesdays: A Series on Advancing Equity Through Language

Zoom

Please join us for a series this May that will explore equitable terminology that promotes social justice for populations where language has often been used to shame individuals, patronize, enforce prejudice, or limit visibility. Each session will provide updated language that helps advance equity within their population of focus. Each session will be an hour […]

The Need for Culturally Relevant, Family-based Substance Use Prevention Interventions for Rural Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Youth

Zoom

This workshop is presented in partnership with Papa Ola Lōkahi and the AANHPI ‘Ohana Center of Excellence. Substance use initiation often occurs during adolescence, and early initiation is commonly associated with problematic substance use, such as substance use disorders. National and local public health data consistently demonstrate that Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (NHPI) youth have […]