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Monday, March 25 • 2:45pm - 4:00pm
Who Belongs? The Role of Racism in Schools Not Used to Addressing It

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In this session we will watch Vermont filmmaker Bess O'Brien's new film, "I am From Here," which explores the experiences and viewpoints of children of color in predominantly white schools. The film features students of color, teachers, and social justice leaders talking about the realities and impact of racism in Vermont, and it is designed to help educators think about the implications for our teaching and the design of schools. The film will be followed by a facilitated discussion. We welcome all participants at the SRIA conference, particularly our participating students, to join the session.

Speakers
avatar for Kate Gardoqui

Kate Gardoqui

Senior Associate, Great Schools Partnership
Transferable Skills... Authentic Assessment & Instruction... Nature-Based Education.....Literacy and English Language Arts....creating equitable, supportive, creative, community-centered public schools in every community
avatar for Christina Horner

Christina Horner

Senior Associate, Great Schools Partnership
avatar for Mo Nuñez

Mo Nuñez

Senior Associate, Great Schools Partnership
avatar for Carrie McWilliams

Carrie McWilliams

Senior Associate, Great Schools Partnership


Monday March 25, 2019 2:45pm - 4:00pm EDT
Room 203