Intergenerativity: Education as a Social Determinant of Health

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Intergenerativity: Education as a Social Determinant of Health

Join Dr. Lolita McDavid and minority men's health champion Waverly Willis to discuss the intersection of health and education.

By Intergenerational Schools

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April 21, 2021 · 4pm - May 23, 2021 · 5:30pm PDT



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About this event

Join the Intergenerational Schools for April's conversation in our virtual series on intergenerational learning. For National Minority Health Month, our board chair Dr. Molly Wimbiscus will moderate a discussion with Dr. Lolita McDavid, Medical Director, Child Advocacy and Protection, UH Cleveland Medical Center, and Waverly Willis, executive director of The Urban Barber Association (TUBA) and minority men's health advocate.

We'll be exploring how education that is rooted in social-emotional learning and trauma-informed practice influences health outcomes for children.

About the organizer

Intergenerational Schools is a network of three K-8 free public charter schools in Cleveland that help children learn at their own pace in a diverse and supportive community environment. Our schools have small, multi-age classes that allow students to learn and teach alongside older adults who serve as Learning Partners.

Learning Partners are volunteers from the community. Our partners include high school and college students, granparents, retirees, business professionals, community members and anyone else who has a love of learning and a desire to share thier experiences with our students!

Our Locations:

The Intergenerational School (Buckeye-Shaker)
Lakeshore Intergenerational School (Collinwood)
Near West Intergeneratioinal School (Ohio City)

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