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As youth workers, it is important to recognize the significance of Black History Month and how it relates to our work with young people. Take some time to educate yourself on the history of racism and discrimination in Indiana, in the United States, and in the practices of your organization. Consider this and celebrate with intention the achievements and contributions of African Americans throughout history.

Use this month as an opportunity to reflect on your own biases and prejudices, and to work towards creating a more inclusive and equitable youth work practice.
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Youth workers play a crucial role in promoting equality and justice for Black youth during Black History Month and beyond. From providing positive role models and mentors, to incorporating Black history and culture, to addressing issues of discrimination and racism, there are many ways youth workers can make a difference. ...

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Most victims of Human Trafficking did not know their Trafficker…

Myth ✅
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Over 90% of trafficking occurs by someone the individuals knows.
Learn more about the Indiana epidemic we never talk about. #SuspectITReportIt #INgoesblue23
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