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Grantmakers for Thriving Youth

Washington, DC 20005
United States
Type of National PSO: 
National PSO- Issue-based

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Supporting Rural Youth to Thrive #1 – Voices from the Field

Join GTY and a panel of practitioners to discuss the opportunities and challenges to thriving in rural communities. We’ll discuss: caution against the notion that rural places are all alike; the importance of listening to local expertise and youth voice; the unique strengths of rural communities; and how challenges including economic stagnation, and stress, anxiety and depression are impacting rural youth.

Research Power Hour

GTY's Research Power Hour features early career scholars engaged in interesting and important work around thriving youth. Join us in September to discuss The Emotion Teachers Feel: Implications for Students’ Discipline and Racial Inequities, by Dr. Kamilah Legette, University of Denver and Black Youths’ Race-Related School Experiences and the Utility of Centering Student Voice for Disrupting Structural Inequities by Dr. Charity Brown Griffin, Winston-Salem State University.