Developing a Justice Lens: Uncovering and Interrupting Racism in our Curriculum - Summer Conference Afternoon Session: June 25th - 1:00 PM

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Developing a Justice Lens: Uncovering and Interrupting Racism in our Curriculum - Summer Conference Afternoon Session: June 25th - 1:00 PM

Time: June 25, 2021 from 1pm to 3pm
Location: Zoom
Event Type: summer, confernce, afternoon, session
Organized By: Kristin Armato
Latest Activity: Jun 22

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Developing a Justice Lens: Uncovering and Interrupting Racism in our Curriculum

Facilitators: Dr. Tanya Maloney and Dr. Bree Picower

Summer Conference Afternoon Session

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

ZOOM

Registration is not required for this event. 

Please use this link to join the session on June 25th @ 1:00 PM:

https://montclair.zoom.us/j/2122122733

 

In this session, participants will develop a “Justice Lens” in order to analyze educational and curricular issues.  We will discuss a framework entitled “The Four I’s of Oppression and Advantage” which breaks down issues of injustice through 4 lenses: Ideological, Institutional, Interpersonal and Internalized.  This workshop will focus specifically on racial oppression and advantage.  Participants will have the opportunity to apply this framework to their own curriculum and to think about how their teaching can move toward racial justice.

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