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Family Engagement
Understanding and Preventing Youth Radicalization: Combating Hate and Violence



ESC-20 provides resources and training opportunities for parents and families of students served within federal programs, including, but not limited to, Title I, Title III, Special Education, and Head Start.

 

 

 



Family/Community Engagement

Important Session Information:


In recent years, the phenomenon of youth radicalization leading to violence through channels of hate has become a pressing concern globally. This session offers a comprehensive exploration of the underlying factors, dynamics, and preventive measures surrounding this complex issue. By shedding light on the roots of radicalization and offering actionable strategies for intervention and prevention, participants will gain invaluable insights into safeguarding youth against the allure of extremist ideologies and promoting inclusive, resilient communities. Join us in this critical conversation as we work together to safeguard our youth and uphold the values of peace, tolerance, and mutual respect.

This session is presented by our community partner Larry Rodriguez from the San Antonio Office Emergency Management with the SA Fire Department.   

A hybrid option is available. If you would like to attend virtually, register using session ID: 103466.
Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Friday, May 23, 2025

Session ID:
101220
Credits Available:
(2) Clock Hours
Seats Available:
40
Fee:
$0.00
Contact Person:
Claudia Vargas
Instructor(s):
Claudia Vargas
Date Time Location
5/22/2025 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Education Service Center Region 20 - Riverwalk Room
1314 Hines, San Antonio, 78208


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