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Want to Know More About Mental Health Resources in NYC Public Schools?

Join THE CITY’s Open Newsroom session on Thursday, May 11, at 6 p.m. at the Brooklyn Public Library’s Central Library for a conversation on mental health resources in NYC public schools and how to get appropriate support for kids.

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Come to the Central Library of Brooklyn Public Library for an informative session co-hosted by THE CITY.

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THE CITY’s Open Newsroom is partnering with Chalkbeat, ProPublica and Brooklyn Public Library to host this event. Reporter Abigail Kramer and student journalist Yan Zhen Zhu will co-moderate a conversation between parents, students and policymakers, followed by a Q&A session. 

If you’d like to ask a question ahead of time and have it answered via email, send it to ask@thecity.nyc with the subject line “Mental Health.”

The event is free with an RSVP.

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