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Announcing our Keynote, Professor john a. powell, Director Other and Belonging Institute, University of California Berkeley, September 8, 2021, 10 am-noon

We are excited that @profjohnapowell, Director @oandbinstitute and Professor of Law, African American, and Ethnic Studies @UCBerkeley will join as Keynote at @ChildMovementFL’s #BuiltToThrive2021 Summit.

Professor powell is well-known for his work developing the frameworks of “targeted universalism” and “othering and belonging” to effect equity-based interventions.

Reserve your spot for the Summit today! https://bit.ly/BuiltToThrive21 You won’t want to miss this one!

Have you already registered for Built to Thrive, @ChildrensMovementFL’s 2021 virtual summit?

We are excited that @profjohnapowell, Director @otheringandbelonging and Professor of Law, African American, and Ethnic Studies @UCBerkeley will join as our Keynote at the Summit.

Professor powell led the development of an “opportunity-based” model that connects affordable housing to education, health, health care, and employment and is well-known for his work developing the frameworks of “targeted universalism” and “othering and belonging” to effect equity-based interventions. Professor powell has taught at numerous law schools including Harvard and Columbia University. His latest book is Racing to Justice: Transforming our Concepts of Self and Other to Build an Inclusive Society. 

Stay tuned for the announcement of the title of his talk closer to the Summit date. In the meantime, reserve your spot for #BuiltToThrive2021 today!  https://bit.ly/BuiltToThrive21 You won’t want to miss this one!

Have you already registered for Built to Thrive, @ChildMovementFL’s 2021 virtual summit?

We are excited that @profjohnapowell, Director @otheringandbelonging  and Professor of Law, African American, and Ethnic Studies @UCBerkeley will join as Keynote at the Summit.

Professor powell led the development of an “opportunity-based” model that connects affordable housing to education, health, health care, and employment and is well-known for his work developing the frameworks of “targeted universalism” and “othering and belonging” to effect equity-based interventions. Professor powell has taught at numerous law schools including Harvard and Columbia University. His latest book is Racing to Justice: Transforming our Concepts of Self and Other to Build an Inclusive Society. 

 

Stay tuned for the announcement of the title of his talk closer to the Summit date.In the meantime, reserve your spot for the #BuiltToThrive2021 Summit today!  Register through the link in Bio. You won’t want to miss this one!

 

Link for Bio: https://bit.ly/BuiltToThrive21

Have you already registered for Built to Thrive, @The Children’s Movement of Florida’s 2021 virtual summit? We hope you will join on September 8 to hear from national experts and local change makers, bridging the worlds of politics, business, and early childhood.

We are excited that Professor john a. powell, Director of the Othering & Belonging Institute at UC Berkeley and Professor of Law, African American, and Ethnic Studies, will join as our Keynote at the Summit.

Professor powell led the development of an “opportunity-based” model that connects affordable housing to education, health, health care, and employment and is well-known for his work developing the frameworks of “targeted universalism” and “othering and belonging” to effect equity-based interventions.

Stay tuned for the announcement of the title of his talk closer to the Summit date.

In the meantime, reserve your spot for the Summit today! https://bit.ly/BuiltToThrive21 You won’t want to miss this one!

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We are excited to share that Professor john a. powell, Director of the Othering and Belonging Institute and Professor of Law, African American, and Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, will join as Keynote at The Children’s Movement of Florida’s 2021 virtual summit on September 8.

Professor powell led the development of an “opportunity-based” model that connects affordable housing to education, health, health care, and employment and is well-known for his work developing the frameworks of “targeted universalism” and “othering and belonging” to effect equity-based interventions.

We are so excited that he will headline Built to Thrive 2021. Stay tuned for the announcement of the title of his talk closer to the Summit date.

In the meantime, reserve your spot for the Summit today! You won’t want to miss this one!

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Register today for Built to Thrive, a Virtual Summit happening September 8, 2021, from 10 am to noon

Join @ChildMovementFL September 8 for their virtual summit #ForFloridaChildren, Built to Thrive.

 

Reserve your spot for #BuiltToThrive2021 today! https://bit.ly/BuiltToThrive21 You won’t want to miss this one!

Join @ChildrensMovementFL September 8 for #BuiltToThrive2021, their virtual summit #ForFloridaChildren.

 

Reserve your spot today!  https://bit.ly/BuiltToThrive21 You won’t want to miss this one!

Join @ChildMovementFL September 8 for #BuiltToThrive2021, their virtual summit #ForFloridaChildren.

 

Reserve your spot today! You won’t want to miss this one! LINK IN BIO

 

Link for Bio: https://bit.ly/BuiltToThrive21

Join @The Children’s Movement of Florida September 8 for #BuiltToThrive2021, their virtual summit #ForFloridaChildren.

Reserve your spot for the Summit today! https://bit.ly/BuiltToThrive21 You won’t want to miss this one!

The Children’s Movement of Florida’s Social Media Handles

Twitter:@ChildMovementFL

Facebook:@ChildrensMovementFL

Instagram:@ChildMovementFL

LinkedIn: @The Children’s Movement of Florida

Hashtag:

Please use #BuiltToThrive2021

At The Children’s Movement of Florida’s first annual summit last December, over 700 advocates gathered for critical conversations about early childhood in Florida.

Now, it’s time to come together again and map our way forward for 2022.

The COVID-19 pandemic has put a spotlight on children: from their health and well-being to the importance of child care to Florida’s economic stability. Child care is not just babysitting; it’s a training ground for communication, cooperation and critical thinking, and the foundation of learning that prepares students for success in K-12 and beyond.

This year, we have witnessed the largest state and federal child care investment in generations, and there is a renewed appreciation that we all stand to benefit when we better support children and families. How do we take advantage of this momentum for early childhood and center equity in the pandemic recovery?

Join The Movement on September 8 to hear from local, statewide and national thought leaders on how we can move forward #ForFloridaChildren into 2022.

Register today!