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Biennial Conference

purpose of biennial conference

The purpose of the Biennial Conference Committee is to plan the conference, inform and educate our community and stakeholders regarding the impact of disproportionality and disparate outcomes for children and families of color and understand RMJJ roles in institutional organizing for practice change.

RMJJ’s Third Biennial Conference
Intentional Impact and Influence for Racial Equity

October 18, 2019

It was held at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church featuring feature Deena Hayes-Greene – Racial Equity Institute, Shawna Davie – Governmental Alliance on Race and Equity, and Catherine Lester – Annie E. Casey Foundation with more than 325 in attendance.

Gate Keeper Recognition Award

Purpose of this award is to recognize and acknowledge an organization or institution that has documented the implementation of practice change within your home system based on RMJJ practice change guidelines.

Dana Frady

October 2019

Guardian ad Litum Gate Keeper Recognition Award Recipient

Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools

October 2019

Guardian ad Litum Gate Keeper Recognition Award Recipient

RMJJ’s Second Biennial Conference
Hidden in Plain Sight: Exposing the Costs of Racism

October 30, 2017

It with a keynote address delivered by domestic violence prevention and re-entry advocate, Ramona Brant, was held at Crowne Plaza Executive Park with more than 350 in attendance.

RMJJ’s First Biennial Conference
The Science of Fairness: Exploring Implicit Bias

October 23, 2015

It was held at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church with over 400 in attendance with Dr. Cameron Wedding as the Keynote Speaker.