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Classrooms in Color: An #EducationSoWhite Workshop

Antioch University Downtown
Wed March 14, 7 pm


"For educators everywhere; middle school, high school, and college students; and anyone who believes that LGBTQ teachers and students deserve inclusion not just tolerance—Town Hall and ROLL CALL present a workshop on connecting across cultures in classrooms, in preparation for our #EducationSoWhite event. Join TED-Ed Innovative Educators and #EducationSoWhite panelists Kristin Leong and Marcos Silva for an interactive conversation about identity and our schools, and get a behind-the-scenes look into how they brought their groundbreaking Innovation Projects to life. Participants will learn surprising commonalities between classroom experiences in Washington and Texas, and then Leong and Silva will lead participants in reflecting on their own experiences through interactive activities and conversation. The workshop will conclude with actionable strategies for engaging in complex and necessary conversations about who we are and where we come from. Perks! All workshop participants will receive one free ticket to our #EducationSoWhite event, taking place the next evening (3/15) at Seattle University. Participants will also receive a packet of free resources from Students Rebuild, and may be considered for inclusion in" (Promo Copy)

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Antioch University

2400 Third Ave, Seattle, WA 98121

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  • Wed March 14, 7 pm