|Addiction and Race: Generations of Trauma|
|When does it start?|
|09/24/2020 @ 12 p.m. ET|
|What kind of event is it?|
|A one-hour free webinar is coming up Sept. 24, 202o at 12:00 pm Eastern Time.
The topic: Addiction and Race: Generations of Trauma
Description: Addiction and drug policy in America are inextricably linked to race. In this webinar, we’ll dive into the dynamics of racial injustice, trauma, and oppression that contribute to addiction rates. We’ll also look at the ongoing racial disparities in policing and incarceration that perpetuate inequality and fail to address the root causes of addiction and the potential negative consequences of drug use.
If you are working to lead your congregation or community through issues of racial justice, this webinar will be a valuable resource.
The link to register for the Sept. 24 webinar is https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/9416001257644/WN_ZtYXWEOnTaCJMmbdV6sPGA
Join Sam Simmons, Alcohol and Drug Counselor specializing in the areas of Anger Management, Chemical Dependency, and Pain Management and working with the African American community, Tim McMahan King, author of Addiction Nation, and Ed Treat, executive director of the Center of Addiction & Faith, for this important and timely conversation on Sept. 24, 2020 at noon Eastern Time.
|Pastor Ed Treat|