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Building Public Commitment and Engaging Diverse Stakeholders

MBK Leadership Forum

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This panel conversation provided an overview on Houston’s Citywide Effort to Address Implicit Bias in School Discipline and how it was built to be a “grass top” initiative, working with and following the lead of the community. 

Expected Outcomes

  • Viewers will understand how local government co-creating with advocacy groups, youth and community provides the transparency needed to build real trust

  • Viewers will understand that system change is always multi-system.

  • Viewers will understand that systems can not easily become “Persons of Trust” for community, but they empower and build relationships with those who are

Marcus Ceniceros,  Educational Equality Opens in a new tab

Vanessa Ramirez, Strategic Partnerships Manager,  Harris County Juvenile Probation Department Opens in a new tab

Ashton Millet,  Community Organizer, Graduate Student, University of Houston Opens in a new tab

Moderated by:

Kristi Rangel – Public Health Education Chief,  Houston Dept. of Public Health Opens in a new tab

Marcus Ceniceros
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Marcus Ceniceros, Educational Equality

Framework

The MBK Framework

The MBK Equity Framework is a resource designed for any community looking to improve the lives of boys and young men of color and underserved youth.