BGHRA Transnational Perspectives on Black Germany Conference

Childhood Studies doctoral student, Rosemaire Pena is the president of the Black German Heritage and Research Association (BGHRA) which is colaborating with the University of Toronto in hosting the 3-day conference, “Transnational Perspectives on Black Germany,” in Toronto, Ontario on May 23-25, 2018.   Read more here.

Food-Insecure Teens Focus on Helping Moms Put Food on the Table, says New Rutgers–Camden Research

As Kate Cairns explains, when it comes to discussing food insecurity – the lack of consistent access to nutritious, culturally appropriate food – her research shows a surprising finding: young people don’t focus on their own hunger, but rather on how they can help their mothers put food on the table. Source: “Food-Insecure Teens Focus … Read more of Food-Insecure Teens Focus on Helping Moms Put Food on the Table, says New Rutgers–Camden Research

Congratulations to Michelle Lyttle Storrod

Congratulations to Michelle Lyttle Storrod on her recent appointment as an affiliate of SAFElab at the Department of Social Work, University of Columbia.  The SAFElab specializes in exploring how gangs use social media and how violence intervention and prevention can happen around social media. Michelle will be looking at how Child Sexual Exploitation happens on … Read more of Congratulations to Michelle Lyttle Storrod

Congratulations to Elizabeth Wehbe

For her soon-to-be-published article “Palestinian Refugee Children: A Review of the Literature” in the Middle East Journal of Refugee Studies. Read Elizabeth’s article here.