Antiracism for Educators - The Conference is an annual virtual conference designed to bridge the gap between antiracist and antibias theory and practice for P-12 educators. The Conference connects expert ABAR educators and practitioners with teachers, district and school leaders, counselors, social workers, communities, families, and students eager to learn more about creating more equitable learning ecosystems for all children. From inspiring stories to practical classroom application and advice, Antiracism for Educators - The Conference strengthens the advancement of educators committed to creating classrooms and schools where all people have a voice and feel they belong.
See you on June 27th!
9:30 a.m. ET Welcome and Keynote (LIVE) Our annual conference kickoff and a keynote from the founder of Antiracism for Educators - The Conference & EDquity Consulting, LaTrice Lyle Ed.M
10:20 a.m. ET Presenter Sessions Block #1 These sessions are pre-recorded
11:00 a.m ET Presenter Session Block #2 These sessions are pre-recorded
11:45 a.m. ET Mid-Day Panel #1 - The Role of Modern Libraries
12:15 p.m. ET
1:00 p.m. ET
Mid-Day Panel #2 (LIVE)
1:35 p.m. ET Presenter Sessions Block #3 These sessions are pre-recorded
2:15 p.m ET Presenter Session Block #4 These sessions are pre-recorded
I am the founder and Chief Equity & Executive Officer of EDquity Consulting. I am an educational equity warrior. I believe that our young people are the key to an equitable future, and white supremacy in schools can be dismantled by committing anti-bias and antiracist work in our roles as educators and in our personal lives.