Re-Imagining Child and Youth Care Practice With African Canadian Youth1 year ago 1 year ago
This article is based on a plenary held during the Child & Youth Care in Action VI Conference: Moving Through Trails and Trials Toward Community Wellness, held in Victoria, British Columbia in April 2019. It explores how we can re-imagine child and youth care practice with African Canadian youth. This emerging paradigm aligns with child and youth care politicized praxis as well as trauma-informed and strengths-based approaches in the field’s literature. We highlight the importance of mobilizing critical and transformative theoretical frameworks along with an Africentric worldview to substantially support youth of African descent with a strengths-based approach. Moreover, the protective role of Black-affirming spaces is developed and articulated.
Daniel, B.-J., & Jean-Pierre, J. (2020). Re-imagining child and youth care practice with African Canadian Youth. International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies, 11(2), 25-39.
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