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NATIONAL EDUCATOR ANTIRACISM CONFERENCE

 

2022 CONFERENCE

 

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

JULY 30- EDUCATION POLICY, LAW, & CRITICAL RACE THEORY

A panel discussion on how to navigate education policy and law as educators in our current climate with Dr. Dana Thompson Dorsey and Dr. Adrienne Dixson

AUGUST 6- EARLY CHILDHOOD & ANTIRACISM

A panel discussion about the latest research on best antiracism practices for early childhood educators.

AUGUST 13- HUMANITIES & ANTIRACISM

A discussion with Dr. April Bell Baker about best antiracism practices for English/ Literacy educators.
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A discussion with Dr. Gholdy Muhammad about best antiracism practices for humanities ecuators

JULY 30- SCHOOL LEADERSHIP & ANTIRACISM

A discussion with Altagracia Montilla about antiracism best practices for school principals, assistant principals, and DEI directors.

AUGUST 6- EARLY CHILDHOOD RESEARCH & ANTIRACISM

A panel discussion with Dr. Kerry-Ann Escayg and Dr. Amber Neal about best antiracism practices for researchers investigating early childhood education.

AUGUST 13- MATH AND SCIENCE & ANTIRACISM

A panel discussion about the latest research on best antiracism practices for math and science educators with Dr. Nicole Joseph, Dr. Dorothy White, Dr. Maria Zavala, and Dr. ReAnna Roby.

JULY 30- SCHOOL COUNSELING & ANTIRACISM

A panel discussion about the latest research on best antiracism practices for school counselors with Dr. Norma Day Vines, Dr. Ahmad Washington, and Dr. Janice Byrd.

AUGUST 6- THE ARTS EDUCATION & ANTIRACISM

A panel discussion about the latest research on best antiracism practices for Art Educators with Dr. Nikitah Imani and Dr. Stephanie Fearon.

AUGUST 13- SPECIAL EDUCATION & ANTIRACISM

A panel discussion about the latest research on best antiracism practices for special education practitioners with Dr. Beth Harry and Dr.  Adai Tefera.

JULY 30- RESEARCH & ANTIRACISM

A panel discussion about antiracism best practices for researchers.

AUGUST 6- TEACHER MENTAL HEALTH & SELF CARE

A discussion with Altagracia Montilla about teacher self-care.

AUGUST 13- ELL/ MLL AND ANTIRACISM

A panel discussion about the latest research on best antiracism practices for ELL/ MLL educators with Dr. Nelson Flores and Dr. Jennifer Phuong.

 

Clock Hours/ Professional Development Points/ College Education Units

This year, Educators for Antiracism, Inc. will be offering a certificate issued through American University to educators interested in earning clock hours/ professional development points/ college education units. If you are interested in earning this certificate, please email us.

 

Schools and Districts

If your school or district would like to recognize attendance to this event for educators to automatically award professional development points, you can request a record of sign-ins specific to your school or district. Educators from your school or district will be prompted to sign in when they attend a session. You can also register as a group.
For more information, email us at edantiracism@gmail.com

 

Register for the Conference

 

2022 SPONSORS

Educators for Antiracism would like to thank our leading sponsor the Black Community Development Project, and our participating sponsors the Brookline Community Foundation, the Ricardo Levins Morales Art Studio, Erin Jones LLC, and Dr. Keisha Cares for supporting our work and the upcoming summer National Educators for Antiracism conference.

 
 

2021 CONFERENCE

 

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

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2021 SPONSORS

Educators for Antiracism would like to thank our leading sponsor the Newton Schools Foundation and our participating sponsors the Brookline Community Foundation, the Ricardo Levins Morales Art Studio and Erin Jones LLC, for supporting our work and the upcoming summer National Educators for Antiracism conference.

 
 

2020 CONFERENCE

 

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

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2020 SPONSORS

Thank you to all our sponsors for helping us make our inaugural conference a reality. E4A would also like to recognize the nearly 1,000 individual donors--teachers, parents, school staff, community members who helped us cross the finish line.

 
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