How to L.E.A.D. (Learn. Explore. Act. Discover.) for racial justice and liberation for families
Release date: July 25, 2022
This episode was recorded in front of a live audience on July 19th, 2022, at the Child Abuse Prevention Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. My guest is the keynote speaker, Corey B. Best. Corey is the founder of Mining for Gold, a project that curates community members’ experiences with systems of oppression and utilizes that information to rebuild child- and family-serving systems. Corey is thoughtful, challenging, and generous, and I am so pleased to have him on this podcast. More information about Corey, Corey’s work, and Prevent Child Abuse Arizona can be found below.
Biography of Corey Best
Corey B. Best is a dedicated father and the founder of Mining for Gold, a project that curates community members’ experiences with systems of oppression and utilizes the information to rebuild child- and family-serving systems, with a laser focus on preventing and dismantling all forms of racism. In partnership with child welfare leaders, communities and parents, Corey has curated the racially equitable Authentic Family Engagement and Strengthening approach. Corey specializes in adaptive leadership training, systems building, authentic family engagement, racial justice, promoting protective factors, social equality, and highlighting “good enough parenting” for those impacted by the child welfare system.
Corey B. Best
Mining for Gold
Prevent Child Abuse Arizona