It’s time to get messy again…we’re talking about race with teachers. Thanks to PBS Wisconsin, I’ll be diving into some uncomfortable and incredibly necessary information that will offer teachers context and confidence to navigate challenging conversations.
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About this Event
So many educators are scared of saying the wrong thing, yet we know that silence on topics such a race, white supremacy, and police brutality is complacency in a system that harms so many of our Black, Indigenous and other students of color. How do we begin these conversations? With ourselves, our classroom, and our colleagues?
In order to have challenging conversations about race in our learning environments, we have to first commit to wanting to dismantle racism. Join PBS Wisconsin and writer, speaker, and social justice trainer Sara Alvarado on Tuesday, July 14, from 3:30-4:30pm (CST) to learn more about what it looks like to be a part of the solution by navigating challenging, yet critical, conversations.