Abolition in the classroom means police-free schools. But sworn officers aren’t the only people upholding carceral systems in schools. Educators must get police-like thinking out of our own heads so we don’t replicate systems of harm.
Join DeMointé Wesley and other aspiring abolitionist educators July 6-8 from 3-5pm PST to explore:
Whether you teach Indigenous students or not, this workshop series will give you knowledge and tools to affirm Indigenous Peoples and Native Nations in your classroom.
Join Hunkpapa Lakota educator Helen Thomas to explore settler colonialism, decolonization, Indigenous erasure, tribal sovereignty, and Indigenous Knowledge Systems. This series will provide a space for all educators to learn, reflect, and discuss with others how to affirm Indigenous Peoples and Native Nations in their classroom curriculum and practices.
This workshop series consists of 4 workshops meeting daily Monday through Thursday, July 12-15 from 3-5 pm PST. Each workshop requires 20-30 minutes of pre-workshop learning (through pre-recorded videos). Recordings and resources will be available for those who are unable to attend.
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This workshop series will provide a deep exploration into decolonized perspectives of Xicanx histories in the context of the U.S, with critical reflection on how we can apply this knowledge to ourselves and in the classroom.
Join Felina Rodriguez & others to July 19-22, 3-5pm PST to:
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