The Role of Schools in Promoting Racial and Social Justice (Online Panel)
Schools can play a huge role in empowering young people with an understanding of social and racial justice, and empowering them with age-appropriate ways to express themselves and work toward positive change.
Join our online event as we bring you a panel discussion focused on the role of schools in advancing movements for racial and social justice. Registration is free, and the entire community is invited.
When: Wednesday, March 10, 7:00 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.
Where: Online/Virtual Event - Register for Link
About this Event
Panelists will discuss how schools can engage constructively with community organizers, harness the voices of young people, and help them understand and develop context for current racial and social justice movements. This event will provide an opportunity for community dialogue around these critical issues.
Our panelists will bring insights from their various roles as teachers, students, and community activists:
Anthony Clark OPRF teacher and Founder & Director of Suburban Unity Alliance
Melissa Barone Teacher at The Children's School (TCS)
Matthew Erlec TCS Alumnus
Miranda Johnson - Moderator
Director of the Education Law and Policy Institute, Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Please register for this event, and you'll receive a link to attend. Registration is free and everyone is invited.
Co-sponsored by The Children's School and the Suburban Unity Alliance.