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Sep. 19th: Survivors of Human Trafficking Webinar

 

When: Tuesday, September  19th,  3:00 – 4:00 PM ET
Where: Register Online

This webinar will be hosted by Kim Sanders, President of Ukeru Systems and will feature expert panelist Deanna Wallace, ICE/Homeland Security Investigation (HSI). The webinar will cover her experiences working with survivors of human trafficking and the benefits of a trauma-informed approach to care for these vulnerable individuals.

Sep. 21st: “Diverse Roots of Migration” Educator Workshop in D.C.

 

For more information, please visit https://tinyurl.com/y8te9qeb

Sep. 28th (& other dates): Race, Equity, and Family Engagement Seminar Series

 

The Tellin’ Stories Race, Equity, and Family Engagement Seminar Series prepares participants to apply an asset-based lens to family engagement that is grounded in popular education, community organizing, racial equity, and effective practices in family engagement. Participants will:

  • Learn, share, and develop strategies, tools, and approaches to effectively engage families at their schools.
  • Examine how race, class, and equity impact family engagement and their own practices as educators.
  • Be prepared to be leaders and advocates for family engagement in their schools.

Workshops will take place on the following Thursdays from 8:45am-12:30pm: September 28, October 12, November 16, January 25, March 15, and May 17. Cost is $300. Learn more and apply by September 13th

Sep. 30th: Teaching Africa Day in Silver Spring, MD

 

As part of African Heritage Month this will be the first ever interactive and child-friendly event geared specifically toward educating children and youth about Africa. Educators, Authors, Leaders, Artists, and the whole community will share what they have learned from Africa, and African traditions. Guest speakers include Senators, Mrs. Nicole Peacock, representing the State Department Bureau of African Affairs, and Mr. Ikheola, Director of the Board of Education of Montgomery County. This event will take place at 1 Veterans Plaza, Silver Spring MD from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. More information can be found HERE.

See a list of other “Teaching for Change” events in the D.C. area HERE.

Oct. 2nd: Indigenous People’s Day Curriculum Night

 

Join the D.C. Area Social Justice Educator Network for our first gathering! Share curriculum ideas and strategies for teaching students about Columbus and Indigenous People’s past and present history. This event will take place at Bus Boys and Poets (2021 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20009) from 6pm-8pm. Please let us know if you can attend and share your classroom experiences with us HERE.

See a list of other “Teaching for Change” events in the D.C. area HERE.


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