PART B: AMPLIFYING & CENTERING BIPOC STUDENTS' STORIES
By the end of the training educators will:
Know how to use stories/storytelling as a tool for antiracism;
Have a better understanding of and more tools for supporting BIPOC students in the areas of distance learning, exceptionality, and antiracist instruction; and
Have a plan for their individual commitment to liberation in their teaching/leading practice.
Session 1 | March 9, 4–6 p.m.
Storytelling as a Tool for Liberation
Session 2 | April 13, 4–6 p.m.
Using Storytelling to Inform Your Antiracist Practice