MSBK Wake County Financial Literacy Lunch & Learn
https://youtu.be/2xCqC3zSrCg The topic we will be discussing is on financial l literacy in the nonprofit and personal finance realm. The event will touch on the important of balancing a budget and personal money management skills. Attendees will have the opportunity to communicate with finance professionals to increase literacy and develop positive money habits. Host By Michelle Serrano. Michelle’s professional career spans different
Lunch & Learn: Discipline and Suspension in Schools with NC Legal Aid
https://youtu.be/dp2-33_R3PE The topic, hosted by Legal Aid NC, will be discussing suspension and discipline in the education realm. The event will touch on the School to Prison Pipeline (STPP), and attendees will be able to communicate as advocates for students to combat the STPP.
MBK Wake and Southern Coalition for Social Justice: School Policing
https://youtu.be/MtOuAujpFn4 We are hosting a Lunch and Learn for community organizations and non-profits. Southern Coalition of Social Justice will be presenting on school policing. Furthermore, we hope to continue to collaborate and discuss opportunities to help make a greater impact on the youth in our county.
MBK Wake County and WeAre: Implicit Bias Training
https://youtu.be/iHK5DYBV5zE We are hosting a virtual Lunch and Learn for community organizations and non-profits. Where we will be exploring Implicit Biases and the way it create challenges in serving others from diverse communities. Furthermore, we will continue to build on our theme of collaboration and discuss opportunities to help make a greater impact on the youth in our county.
Lunch & Learn: Building Power to Dismantle the School to Prison Pipeline
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mz9D4Os1jT4 MBK Wake is hosting a Lunch and Learn for community organizations and non-profits. This topic will be continuing the discussion on the school to prison pipeline and how to effectively advocate on behalf of your students and children. This virtual event will be led by Letha Muhammad and Fernando Martinez of Education Justice Alliance to teach participants new ways to