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4th Annual Culturally Responsive
Early Education & Care Leadership Summit

Register for our 4th Annual Culturally Responsive Early Education & Care Leadership Summit to be held in person on Tuesday, February 21, 2023 in Atlanta


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 Sponsorship Opportunities


Meet Us At The Capitol

BCDI-Atlanta has partnered with Georgia Budget & Policy Institute and Georgia School Counselor Association to advocate for mental health. This is a professional development experience with our Lifted Voices Fellows. BCDI-Atlanta's members and partners are invited.

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Community Cafe

Please join us for our Community Cafe: Double Dutch & Our Health on February 16 @ 5:30-7:00 PM EST! This virtual event will feature our Farm to Early Care & Education partner Wande Okunoren-Meadows, Owner/Director of Little Ones Learning Center.

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Stakeholder Meetings

Tuesday, April 11, 2023 @ 6:30-8 PM ET

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Tuesday, July 11, 2023 @ 6:30-8 PM ET

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Tuesday, October 17, 2023 @ 5-6 PM ET

Annual Business Meeting (Members Only

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NBCDI Annual Conference

Save The Date for National Black Child Development Institute Annual Conference on October 13, 2023 -

October 15, 2023, in Charlotte, NC.

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Self-paced Online Literacy Course

An Extension of our Literacy Programming

BCDI-Atlanta’s Culturally Responsive Literacy Course equips early educators with information and resources necessary for building relationships and experiences that support the needs of young learners and their parents.


Course completers can apply to receive FREE books, thanks to our Read to Succeed partnerships.


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Strength Within

Self-paced Online Course


Trauma Informed Care Support for Early Educators & Child Advocates

This self-paced professional development opportunity serves as Tier 2 of our trauma informed care support for early educators and child advocates to increase the knowledge and skills of adults with Black children in their lives.

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