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OneOp2022 MFRA Series and the Sesame Street Coming Together Initiative


This year’s OneOp Military Family Readiness Academy Series is coming up soon! The 2022 MFRA is entitled “Family Well-being: Navigating the Social Justice Landscape” and will focus on individuals’ understanding of social justice and equity.

The 2022 MFRA kicks off on June 1, 2022, and will consist of three asynchronous courses available on day one and then two-panel discussions during the month of June on June 15th and June 29th. Subscribe to the Military Family Readiness Academy mailing list to stay updated on this year’s Academy series and all future installments.

To whet your appetite for the upcoming MFRA, we wanted to share related content that we provided just about a year ago in our “Coming Together with Sesame Street: Resources for Racial Justice” webinar. On July 27th, 2021, OneOp Family Development and OneOp Family Transitions hosted this collaborative webinar highlighting the amazing work of Sesame Street in Communities and Sesame Street for Military Families in bringing awareness to racial justice issues and working on ways to teach kids about racial literacy. In their Coming Together Initiative, Sesame Street shares lots of great videos, activities, and resources for families to share when it comes to talking about race, dealing with racism, and understanding racial literacy. Our past webinar with them still has free Continuing Education opportunities available.

Thank you so much for being a part of the OneOp Family Development audience over the years! The courses and panel discussions in the 2022 MFRA are specifically tailored to our growing audience as we continue to provide free Continuing Education opportunities for you all.

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