Learning to Listen: Conversations for Change returns this spring with soul-filling conversations featuring luminaries who are working on the frontlines of current and emerging issues for children and families. The free series kicks off on Wednesday, March 2, and continues all year long with six exciting conversations. Each conversation includes live Spanish translation and closed captioning.
Episode I: March 2, 2022
The Honorable Judge Erica Yew
Listening to Children and Families in Court
In this first conversation of BTC's Learning to Listen: Conversations for Change spring series, the Honorable Judge Erica Yew will share what she has been learning over the course of her convention-shattering career, and the importance of listening to families and partnering with them to improve justice outcomes for all.
Episode II: April 20, 2022
Andrew Solomon, PhD
Who Rocks the Cradle? Changing Family Structures and COVID’s Impact
Join us as we discuss emerging family structures and find out "Who Rocks the Cradle?" with psychologist, LGBTQ activist, and New Yorker contributor, Andrew Solomon.
Episode III: May 11, 2022
Listening to Families Resettling in the US
On any given day, there are more than 80 million refugees around the world, nearly half of whom are children. Join Sesame Workshop's Maria del Rocio Galarza, Vice President of US Social Impact, and Tara Wright, Senior Manager of Content Design for a conversation about how Sesame Workshop aims to support children, families, and providers as they arrive and resettle in the US. through creating resilience-building resources and celebrating the unique strengths of different communities.