Healing the wounded male spirit of Latino and Native American boys

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Hey Network faithful, check out this Below you'll find information regarding an upcoming webinar hosted by Defending Childhood and Futures Without Violence. Looks like a good one.

Presenter: Jerry Tello comes from a family of Mexican, Texan roots and was raised in South Central Los Angeles. He is an internationally recognized expert in the areas of fatherhood, family strengthening, community peace and mobilization and culturally based violence prevention/intervention. Over the last 30 thirty years Mr. Tello has dedicated his work to preventing and healing the pain of relationship/community violence, teen pregnancy, fatherless-ness and internalized oppression. He is co-founder of the National Compadres Network and the present Director of the National Latino Fatherhood and Family Institute. He has appeared in Time, Newsweek, Latina and Lowrider magazines. He has received the Presidential Crime Victims Service award, two California Governor's Awards for violence prevention and intervention advocacy work and the Ambassador of Peace award from Rotary International.

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