Teaching Anti-Racism Workshop Series

Please join us for the first in a series of four workshops focused on anti-racism and practical strategies for exploring race with students. In this workshop series, local teachers will thoughtfully share, discuss & practice teaching strategies that will help students dismantle racism in their schools, communities and lives. We will meet for four interconnected sessions in different St. Louis classrooms (times and locations for the November/December/January workshop sessions will be decided collaboratively by participants).

While all educators are welcome to join this inquiry to action group, these workshops are  particularly focused on PK-12 educators currently in classrooms or working with students as we will be sharing about our current practices and working together to plan and implement new classroom strategies. We encourage all participants to consider bringing resources to share with the group (books, lesson plans, etc.).

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  • Jim

    dMy nephews wedding is on the 12th. Please keep me up to date.

    August 11, 2013

  • michael

    I continued my push to increase the involvement of men and as a result I turned my initiative, this moment into a national movement. Last year, in the 3rd year as a nationwide effort to have men involved in their child’s education an estimated 123,321 fathers and significant male role models in 25 states participated in National Men Make A Difference Day For Academic Success held on October 8, 2012. This year, we are looking to multiply the numbers of fathers and significant male role models who participate. The theme for this year’s National Men Make A Difference Day For Academic Success is “Turn 1 Day of Engagement Into A Lifetime of Involvement”.

    August 11, 2013

  • michael

    October 14, 2013 is National Men Make A Difference Day For Academic Success. For more information on the event click the link below. http://menmakeadifferenceday.weebly.com/

    August 11, 2013

  • Jim

    I would be very interested in helping your cause. I use to teach a Unit on Prejudice and Discrimination for many years. I thought it was very important. I also was able to give a lot of first hand information about the subject. I grew up in E. St. Lous, knew Jesse Jackson before he became famous and very familiar with te struggle for human rights in the 60's on. I was in education for 38 years as teacher and principal. I have been retired for a few years now and am getting antsy for something to do. Maybe God is calling me to get involved again. The pendelum seems to be swinging the wrong way lately. Please let me know how I can help.

    August 7, 2013

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