Where are you on your Social Justice Journey?
K-12 teachers are uniquely poised to help students understand race and racism. Now is the time to be the change!
Join us for a virtual event on April 1 at 7pm. Whether you are new to the concept of social justice education, or a veteran of many years engaging in culturally sustaining pedagogy-this summit is for you. We will address a wide range of topics, such as what exactly is meant by the term “white privilege” and how can we create schools that are sites of anti-racism. There will be several break out rooms, each scaffolded to support you in your current stage of your social justice journey.
More good news, this event is FREE! Please bring a friend. Education is hard work, and social justice education is even more so. This summit hopes to be the first step in building a powerful online community to support teachers, staff, and school administrators as we work collectively to create a more just society through our schools.
Black Lives Matter Movement
The media coverage of the protests that resulted from the murders of black individuals at the hands of police officers has sparked greater awareness in our society. Communities are calling out for anti-racist education. Answer the call.