Talking With Kids About Race: How to Promote Courageous Conversations

with Gloria Morrow, PhD

Talking With Kids About Race: How to Promote Courageous Conversations

Episode 34, Season 1 | June 19, 2021

Show Notes

“Different does not mean deficit. Therefore, we are striving to become a part of the salad bowl.” Hear from our special guest, Dr. Gloria Morrow, a nationally recognized Clinical Psychologist, speaker and author as she shares her expertise and personal narrative of growing up “different.” Dr. Gloria walks us through the importance of embracing diversity and how cultivating cultural humility creates a deeper understanding of our differences. By “building the beloved community,” together we can leave a “legacy of hope, love and justice.”

Guest Info
Gloria Morrow headshot

Gloria Morrow, PhD is one of the nation's leading clinical psychologists and is the Director of Behavioral Health for Unicare Community Health Center. Dr. Morrow is a Master Trainer for the CBMCS (California Brief Multicultural Competency Scale) Training Program, and she helped to develop the training curriculum. In addition, she has facilitated several workshops and seminars focusing on cultural competency issues. Her work surrounding the role of Spirituality in recovery has gained notoriety with the development of a three-day training and handbook entitled S.A.F.E. (Spirituality and Faith Empowers) to equip the faith community and mental health professionals to help hurting people. Dr. Morrow also speaks on topics focusing on trauma and domestic violence. Dr. Morrow serves as a leadership coach who helps leaders to become more effective leaders, and organizations to become better organized and equipped for success.