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Engaging Youth Voices Session 3: Understanding to Support Youth from ALL Racial Backgrounds



Authors as Published

Crystal Tyler-Mackey, Extension Specialist, Community Viability; Maurice D. Smith, Jr., Assistant Professor and 4-H Youth Development Extension Specialist, College of Agriculture, Virginia State University; Bethany Eigel, State Program Leader for Families and 4-H Agent, Virginia Cooperative Extension, Virginia Tech; Tiffany Wranklin, Southern University Woodie Hughes, Jr., 4-H Extension Agent, Fort Valley State University; and Nicole Webster, Associate Professor of Youth and International Development and African Studies, Department of Agricultural Economics, Sociology and Education, The Pennsylvania State University

This resource is available as a video only. 

The presenters and panelists discuss ways to reach, serve and support youth from all racial and ethnic backgrounds in programming efforts.

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Publication Date

July 14, 2020