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Resources Regarding Race, Racism, and Racialized Violence

Recently Shared Resources for Educators and Families

Recordings of Recent Offerings:

6/2/20: Students Unite! Justice for Ahmaud Brooklyn Friends School

6/2/20: Repurposing Our Pedagogies: Abolitionist Teaching in a Global Pandemic Education for Liberation Network 

6/2/20: “How do I make sure I’m not raising the next Amy Cooper?” EmbraceRace

6/3/20: A conversation with President Obama: Reimagining Policing in the Wake of Continued Police Violence Anguish & Action 

6/4/20: KidLit4BlackLives Rally

6/6/20: “I [STILL] Can’t Breathe!”: Supporting Kids of Color Amid Racialized Violence EmbraceRace

6/6/20: Coming Together: Standing Up to Racism, a town hall for kids and families Sesame Street

6/8: Talking to Children about Race & Racism (Institute for Teaching Diversity & Social Justice

6/10 Understanding and Transforming White Womanhood Webinar

6/11: Whiteness at Work: Inequity Amplified 

6/11: “Rays of Hope”: Supporting the leadership & activism of our young people (Embrace Race)

6/11: Embracing Anti-Oppressive Education (awaiting recording)

6/11: Blackness, Racism & Protest: Reflections on the Past, Present & Future (awaiting recording)

7/7: Students Unite! We Continue the Fight Brooklyn Friends School

7/16: BLACK MINDS MATTER SESSION 1 (of 5-part series) – Prof. Tyrone Howard and Shante Needham (sister of Sandra Bland)

7/20: Dinner and Conversations | Sybrina Fulton: conversation about racial trauma and youth empowerment with Ms. Sybrina Fulton (the mother of Trayvon Martin)

7/23: BLACK MINDS MATTER SESSION 2 (of 5-part series) – Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings, Dr. Ivory Toldson, and Gwen Carr (the mother of Eric Garner)

7/30: BLACK MINDS MATTER SESSION 3 (of 5-part series) – racial battle fatigue, microaggressions, and educational equity with Dr. William Smith, Dr. Eboni Zamani-Gallaher, Dr. Frank Harris III & Michael Brown Sr. (the father of Michael Brown Jr.)

8/6: BLACK MINDS MATTER SESSION 4 (of 5-part series) – Lasana Hotep, Chance Lewis, and Andre Perry.