Seeing Race Through The Eyes of Children explored how children perceive and internalize race and racial identity and how we as parents, guardians, mentors, and role models can actively work towards advancing and embracing diversity.
CCP is committed to creating a more inclusive and welcoming Northwest Arkansas. This candid conversation featured CCP community members discussing their experiences as people of color living and working in Northwest Arkansas. Our hope is that by hearing their stories and sharing in their journey, we can all work toward creating a more inclusive and connected community where diversity is seen and valued for what it is — a source of strength.
We celebrated Juneteenth with amazing entertainment and community hosted by Producer and Co-Host, Good Day NWA, Jaclyn House, including appearances by singer, songwriter, producer and actor Eric Benét, America’s first-ever, female, African-American MasterChef season 10 winner, Chef Dorian Hunter and more!
CCP is committed to creating a more inclusive and welcoming Northwest Arkansas. In that spirit, we felt it was imperative to create a dialogue where local leaders could come together to address the role of race and safety in NWA
Shakayla Houston started Sweet Greens Vegan three years ago when she embarked on her own plant-based journey for health reasons and now she’s spreading the word on the lifestyle’s big benefit and bold flavors. Shakayla’s goal isn’t to convert anyone but to “make Meatless Mondays more fun!”
Good Day NWA’s Jaclyn House hosts a townhall featuring Dr. Sylvia Bartley from the Medtronic Foundation. Dr. Bartley presents her research on the disproportionate effect of Covid-19 on minority communities as well as the adverse effect of toxic stress stemming from current events.