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Black Lives Matter at School: A Discussion with Educators on the Intersections of Activism and Pedagogy

The recent killings of Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, Breonna Taylor, Manuel Ellis, George Floyd, and countless others have left communities across the globe outraged and in mourning. Their deaths have led to massive, global, Black Lives Matter demonstrations condemning the use of police violence against Black people. As many of us have been captivated by the protests, some educators may be wondering how or whether they should address these issues with their students.

In this webinar we engaged in dialogue on the intersections of teacher pedagogy, civic engagement, activism, and public schooling, as they relate to the issues of systemic racism and police violence in Black communities.

Moderators

  • Nyla Bell
  • Karmen Rouland
  • Daryl Williams

Presenters

  • Tamara Anderson
  • Awo Okaikor Aryee-Price, Ed.D
  • Denisha Jones, Ph.D., J.D.
  • Ismael Jimenez
  • Charlie McGeehan
  • Matthew Vaughn-Smith

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