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CWVE 2021 Session 3 Resource List
Explore this Resource List to see resources related to CWVE 2021 Session 3, From Understanding to Action: Shifting Power Dynamics to Advance Race Equity.
Capacity Building Center for States
The resources in this list can help users discover effective strategies for authentically partnering with youth, young adults, Tribes, families, and communities of color to inform and improve child welfare research, practice, and policy.
Capacity Building Center for States. (2021). Child Welfare Virtual Expo 2021 session 3 resource list. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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Consider ways to be intentional about advancing race equity while implementing new child welfare programs and practices. This publication includes questions for teams to consider throughout change and implementation processes—from the earliest stages of exploring a problem to identifying solutions to ensuring sustainable implementation.