JFCS Counselor Natalie Quiring-Oleson was prominently featured in the Star Tribune’s Variety section on Saturday, May 15, in an article on how parents can talk to their kids about racism. The Star Tribune contacted her for a Q&A following an article she wrote on this topic last year.
By Natalie Oleson • JFCS Counselor
It has been a tough couple of months. Like many of you, I was left reeling after video footage surfaced of a police officer killing George Floyd by kneeling on his neck. I was especially struck by the calm and relaxed demeanor the officer had, as if he was co[...]
By Leah Persky, PhD, CFLE-P • Family Life Education Manager
So much has happened in the past month and so many of us are grappling with what we can do to fight the systematic injustices and racism that pervade our country today. Jewish people are no stranger to prejudice, discrimination and be[...]