Link partners’ network three-part Webinar series concludes with June 25 presentation.

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The Pennsylvania Link to Aging and Disability Resources | Berks-Lancaster-Lebanon Service Area partners’ network completed its “Back by Popular Demand” Webinar series on Thursday.

Who could have foreseen, a year ago when we began planning these Webinars, the relevance that these presenters’ topics would have?

Topics as “authentic communication”, trauma and equality, diversity and equity are now front and center with the March arrival of the Coronavirus pandemic and the Memorial Day murder of George Floyd, a person of color, in Minneapolis.

The final Webinar in the series was held on Thursday, June 25 and this Webinar —as the two that happened earlier in May and June — was quite well attended; generated many questions and comments and (so far) really positive feedback from participant “post-event” surveys.

Here are some follow up notes from the Thursday Webinar with Amita Mehta:

white fragilityJanice Sommerhoff is the winner of the a copy of a New York Times bestseller, “White Fragility.”

We experienced a few techno-glitches and both of the introductory remarks videos from two people who have known Amita Mehta were not shown. Because we asked them to do these videos, and because they did, they are viewable below.

Michele Sipel, Landis Homes

Jodi Long-Wittmann, Lowe’s Home Improvement Company

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