Constance Clayton Professor of Urban Education; Professor of Africana Studies Director, Racial Empowerment Collaborative Director, Forward Promise, University of Pennsylvania
Dr. Howard Stevenson is a nationally sought expert on how racial stress and racial trauma can affect every stage of life. His work focuses on how educators, community leaders, and parents can emotionally resolve face-to-face racially stressful encounters that reflect racial profiling in public spaces, fuel social conflicts in neighborhoods, and undermine student emotional well-being and academic achievement in the classroom. Dr. Stevenson has served for 30 years as a clinical and consulting psychologist working in impoverished rural and urban neighborhoods across the country.
Stories featuring Howard Stevenson
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Convenings Featuring Howard Stevenson
Date: June 8, 2021
Location: Virtual (Zoom)
Jessica Seinfeld opens a discussion between two expert and experienced men on what fatherhood looks like in a 2Gen approach, ways to include and center fathers in this work, and the social determinants acting as barriers to fatherhood amongst Black...