Learning and Leading - Workshops and Presentations

WORKSHOP: CONFRONTING ANTI-BLACK RACISM IN THE CLASSROOM

WORKSHOP: CONFRONTING ANTI-BLACK RACISM IN THE CLASSROOM

WORKSHOP: CONFRONTING ANTI-BLACK RACISM IN THE CLASSROOM

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In this one day workshop educators will be applying a historical context to frame current-day realities faced by students of African descent. This workshop confronts anti-Black racism within the educational system. Using a culturally responsive and reflective pedagogical approach participants will explore via multimedia resources, exercises and discussion, strategies for developing a more inclusive learning environment for Black students.

WORKSHOP: THE POWER OF CHANGE WORKSHOP FOR STUDENTS

WORKSHOP: CONFRONTING ANTI-BLACK RACISM IN THE CLASSROOM

WORKSHOP: CONFRONTING ANTI-BLACK RACISM IN THE CLASSROOM

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The Power of Change lies within all of us, both personally and collectively. This workshop uses multiple modes of artistic expression to empower students to challenge where power lies in order to create a more inclusive world. This workshop encourages students to work together across social identities and backgrounds in harmony, mutual respect, inclusion and equity.

Workshop: Angles, filters & SNapCHAT OH MY!

Workshop: Angles, filters & SNapCHAT OH MY!

Workshop: Angles, filters & SNapCHAT OH MY!

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Angles, Filters and Snap Chat Oh My! A workshop for students that explores the importance of media literacy through a lens of critical race theory. Using current examples found on social media students are encouraged to connect the past to the present. 

PRESENTATION: FROM COAST TO COAST

Workshop: Angles, filters & SNapCHAT OH MY!

Workshop: Angles, filters & SNapCHAT OH MY!

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From Coast to Coast; a presentation on the weaving of the Black Canadian experience throughout Canadian history. This presentation will walk participants through the dynamic experiences of Black Canadians; from early explorers, and history makers to modern day iconic Black Canadians across the nation.