Are you confused about how to care for your African American child’s hair? You are not alone! Come learn the history of its importance and basics from the expert, Rhoda Jordan.
Appearance matters to a child’s self-image and self-esteem. Poor appearance makes your child a target for teasing and bullying. Not only does appearance matter, but by learning some of the shared techniques, you will also be honoring your foster or adopted child’s culture. This course will go over history, basic care, products, and tips. It’s a great starting point or refresher class.
About the Trainer: Rhoda Jordan
Rhoda Jordan is a native of Milwaukee, WI and graduate of UW Madison, where she received a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Sociology and African American Studies. She served as the Assistant Director of Diversity Programs at UW Madison for 3 years, where she worked towards diversity and inclusion for underrepresented students in the residence halls. She continues to make an impact on her community as the Lead Care Coordinator position for the Wraparound REACH Program at My Home Your Home. Rhoda shares, “I love working with my community and empowering youth and families. I do believe in my agency’s mission statement, that we can ‘bring families hope one individual at a time.'”
Basic African American Hair Care
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
$15/participant or $60/agency group
Attend in person at the Coalition for Children, Youth & Families, 6682 W. Greenfield Avenue, Suite 310, Milwaukee, or attend via webinar
Attend in person and be entered to win a door prize!