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Anti-Racism in Education

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This program aired Friday, July 22nd, 2020 @ 12 EST

Join The Center for a conversation with educators and activists exploring the disparities in our education system. As districts make decisions about how to approach the upcoming school year, access to quality education in a safe environment is becoming a more pressing concern. The program will explore potentials for anti-racist curricula, re-segregation of public schools, and how the COVID 19 pandemic will exacerbate the challenges that schools are facing. Get links to resources and opportunities to act by supporting students.

Moderator:

Jasmine W. Page
Education Programs Coordinator,
National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Panelists:

Jania Hoover
Social Studies Department Chair, Parish Episcopal School
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Ayinde Summers
Education Director, Project South
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Jacob Hackett
Clinical Assistant Professor & Program Coordinator,
B.S. Middle Level Education Program, GSU
Contact: [email protected]

RESOURCES:

Websites:

ProjectSouth.org

Books: 

Articles:  

Resources to hold our schools and districts accountable for cultural relevance and anti-racist curriculum:

Details

Date:
July 22, 2020
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm