Cover art for the Toolkit for Health, Arts, Parks, & Equity (HAP-E).
Keep it simple. Discard what’s nonessential. Spark joy.
MIT and Harvard researchers recommend strategies for teaching this fall Great little film explaining why Zoom is so difficult with music and also giving some hope with JackTrip.
Playing Music Together Online Is Not As Simple As It Seems
5 Museum Curators Share The Artwork They’ve Missed The Most To learn more about how developmental relationships can be used in your work with young people, download the Search Institute’s,
Relationships First: Creating Connections That Help Young People Thrive.
10 Black Poets of Past and Present Who Deserve Unending Recognition for Their Work “
Facing the Wind,” A beautiful essay about parenting with teens in time of protest by Carvell Wallace, speak urgently to the moment we are living in. This episode of the Short Wave podcast considers the source of unconscious bias and how it works in the brain and ultimately impacts society:
Understanding Unconscious Bias
There’s a right way to talk about racism with kids — and most white parents in the US aren’t doing it Also, for those interested in the social determinants of health, watch his (David Chae’s) TEDx Talk, Social & Cellular Pathways Underlying The Embodiment of Racism.
The Toolkit for Health, Arts, Parks, & Equity (HAP-E) The Trust for Public Land has pioneered a method of collaborating with communities to create parks that lead to greater health, resilience, and equity. Partnering with the National Association of County and City Health Officials, this toolkit offers health advocates case studies, principles, and policy guidelines on using place-based arts and culture to achieve health equity.
Creative Youth Development