Join Sara Alvarado and Ananda Mirilli for some Saturday morning inspiration, intellectual stimulation, and heart expansion.
Saturday, September 26th, 10-12 noon
Sliding fee: $20-$50 – Zoom Webinar
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Location, Location, Location…Realtors know the truth in that phrase and so do Teachers. The underlying messages of the “good” schools or the “bad” neighborhoods is a conversation that is long overdue in many circles. It means we need to talk about money, resources, home prices, free and reduced lunch statistics which all mean different things to different people.
We want change, badly, and we know we have a role in making it happen. We are here to help you talk about it and learn through a deep dive, some historical context, and a challenging conversation about what it all means for us today. It’s time to step into the conversation with courage, an open mind, and a desire to be part of the change. We’re here for the hard stuff with hope and humanity.
About the Instructors:
Ananda Mirilli has engaged with thousands of youth, women, and diverse professionals, building coalition and solidarity. ananda, is the Grant Director to Address Racial Disproportionality in Special Education for the WI Department of Public Instruction, she holds a master’s degree in Education Leadership and Policy Analysis from the University of Wisconsin and a bachelor’s degree in Human Services and Psychology, and is a member of the board of education at Madison Metropolitan School District, seat 5.
Sara Alvarado is a seeker and a lover of life. She has 20+ years of real estate experience as a Realtor, Broker/Owner of a small residential brokerage, Real Estate Investor, Trainer, Coach, and active in leading racial justice work locally and nationally. Sara currently spends her time speaking, teaching, and consulting at the intersection of real estate and racial justice and encouraging in messy conversations along the way.