4 Big Questions About
Racism and Education
Register Now at http://4BigQuestions.eventbrite.com.
Join us for a low-cost four-part, interactive, dialogue-based webinar series in which four racial justice educators discuss big questions about racial justice in education:
What are the biggest barriers to racial justice in education?
What can we, as individuals, do to disrupt racism within education? What does action look like?
What does accountability with respect to racial justice look like in education?
What is the role of relationship, community, and partnership in racial justice work?
We primarily will be discussing these questions as they relate to education systems in Canada, but we believe much of the conversation will be relevant across national contexts.
See more information about the discussion leaders below or register here.
We will meet online via Zoom every Thursday evening in May 2020, 7:00-8:00 PM EST. That's four Thursdays: one for each of these four questions.
Each week one of the four racial justice educators will share brief remarks (no more than 12 minutes) on that week's question before facilitating a conversation about the question among the three other educators. Participants will be able to pose questions to the group through the Zoom chat box, which will be monitored by that week's facilitator.
The Racial Justice Educators
How to Register
Our Eventbrite registration page can be accessed here.
The registration fee is on a sliding scale between $50 and $100 for all four sessions with a special $25 rate for students and community activists. We also have scholarships for people who would like to participate but who cannot afford these fees.
You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.