What is the Dreamcatcher’s history and its role in protecting children?
Find out on May 3rd from 4-5:30 p.m during Families of Color Seattle’s Catching Our Children’s Dreams Workshop. The event will include virtual storytelling and crafts designed for the entire family.
To receive a DreamCatcher kit, a family must register by April 28. To register, go to bit.ly/FOCSdreamcatchers.
Families of Color Seattle (FOCS) is a non-profit organization that connects parents in order to build a loving community of families of color. FOCS programs include parent groups, community resources and events as well as racial equity consulting. The group specializes in community dialogues, workshops, consulting on race, family engagement, and anti-bias education. FOCS has connected more than 2,500 families within a intercultural and interethnic community. It has employed and trained more than 40 parent educators to facilitate parent and affinity groups. It has also provided more than 40 consultation and parent and educator workshops to community organizations, the public and independent schools and preschools. To learn more, go to focseattle.org