Dr. Michael A. Lindsey, Executive Director, joined a panel of experts to discuss trends in the time of COVID-19, and actions steps.
Discussion focused on how New York’s COVID-19 recovery can center the needs of women, girls and marginalized communities.
“The American people have spoken, and the results are historic,” began the NYU McSilver Institute’s statement on November 7, 2020.
McSilver Institute’s Executive Director Dr. Michael A. Lindsey submitted written testimony about how youth of color are affected.
McSilver Institute’s Sheryl Huggins Salomon moderated the City and State NY-hosted virtual panel.
Rose Pierre-Louis moderated the virtual town hall with elected officials representing Manhattan’s West Side.
The institute testified about its Step-Up program and the need for more mental health services in schools amid the fallout of COVID-19.
Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer hosted a virtual town hall on the need for school social workers, with NYU McSilver as a Community Co-sponsor.
(April 24, 2020—NEW YORK) During a time in American history that is anything but routine, a key coping strategy actually stems from routines. Speaking on April 22 to a group of news media professionals about ways to cope with life under shelter-at-home orders during the COVID-19 pandemic, NYU McSilver Institute’s Director of Trauma-Informed Services, Dr. […]
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