WIN’s Stands In Solidarity
|WIN stands against racial injustice, police brutality, bias and unequal privilege – and we’ll continue to represent that through our work, our words and our actions!|
|Dear WIN Community, |
Today we come together to honor George Floyd, and stand against the unjustifiable death he faced – like the unjustifiable deaths and wrongs faced by so many black Americans before him.
WIN stands against racism, and we stand committed to examining, reflecting and acting to dismantle the inequities and wrongs that perpetuate racism in our country, institutions and communities. May we all be a part of ensuring that justice has no bias, and that we repair and heal historic and ongoing trauma, now.
We are devoted to supporting children, parents, families, our community and one another in the midst of these parallel, viral and societal pandemics, and far into the future.
Please join us:
1. Have a conversation with your kids about George Floyd, violence, and race:
How to talk to kids about race and racism, according to experts
How to talk to kids about racism, racial violence and police brutality
How to talk to your children about protests and racism
2. Join our monthly Community Advisory Council and be a voice to help shape the care we provide for children and families. To learn more, contact Egypt Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Reach out to connect with other parents in your community through our weekly Coffee Conversations with WIN
If you are an LA parent of young children living in Crenshaw, Inglewood, or West LA who is struggling with loss, trauma and economic stress, we can help – please contact our helpline at (213) 290-6113 or send an email to email@example.com
Anna Henderson & The WIN Staff