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CWVE 2021 Session 2A Presentation
Use this presentation to follow along with the speakers as you watch the 2021 Child Welfare Virtual Expo Session 2A webinar, “We See It, We Know It, and Now We Must Do Something About It”: Working Together to Reduce Inequity.
Capacity Building Center for States
This PowerPoint presentation contains the speaker slides related to the 2021 CWVE Session 2A webinar, “We See It, We Know It, and Now We Must Do Something About It”: Working Together to Reduce Inequity. Use it to follow along with the webinar and gain additional information about webinar content.
Capacity Building Center for States. (2021). Child Welfare Virtual Expo session 2A: “We see it, we know it, now we must do something about it”: Working together to reduce inequity [PowerPoint slides].. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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