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EduColor- A Movement Not a Moment With Yamil Báez, Keith Catone, and EduColor

Seminar Description: EduColor is a national community of advocates dedicated to the constant, beautiful struggle for liberation, including an equitable, just education for everyone. Providing a web of support, co-conspirators, and resources, EduColor’s work strives to reflect, uphold, and promote a rich set of principles found on EduColor’s website and copied for you below. We…

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Engaging Students Using Culturally Relevant Content with O’Sha Williams, Yovanny Vargas, Kajette Solomon, MJ Robinson, and Marianni Lefas-Tetenes

Seminar Description: Session I Lead Facilitators: O’Sha Williams | Yovanny Vargas This session explored the intersectionality between Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, creating the safe space necessary to foster an optimal learning environment and supporting Multilingual Learners in our classrooms. Together, participants had an opportunity to deepen our communal understanding, share best practices, and engage in authentic…

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Checking Your Implicit Biases with Diversity Talks

Seminar Description: The Kirwin Institute defines implicit biases as attitudes or stereotypes that are activated unconsciously and involuntarily. The goal of this seminar was to help educators and leaders become more aware of the implicit biases they have and acknowledge how they might show up in their classrooms and schools. Participants had the opportunity to…

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