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“Courageous Conversations” with Educators

“Courageous Conversations” with Educators:

Reflecting on Historical Inequalities, White Privilege, and Systemic Racism

and their Influences on the Educational Experience

 

Join us Wednesday, July 1, from 8:30 – 9:30

 

“Courageous Conversations” with Educators is a free forum for heads of schools/departments, teachers, and all interested educators in the international school community.  Join us as we discuss the historical inequities among the Black community (in the United States and abroad), white privilege, systemic racism, and their influences on the educational experience.

The panelists include:
  • Isaac Agbeshie-Noye, Ed.D, Education Designer, Education Design Lab, Washington, DC  
  • Catherine Boalch, University Counselor & Upper School History Teacher, Lycée International of St. Germain en Laye, American Section, France
  • Elisa Del Valle Cardona, Director of Social Justice & Inclusion, History Teacher, The Ethel Walker School, Simsbury, Connecticut
  • Tanya G. Wiggins, Ed.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Foundations & Adolescent Education, Pace University School of Education, New York

Though the event is free, please register below.