Connecting Across Difference: Developing an Anti-Bias Outlook and Practice

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25 Sep - 29 Sep - 00:00

This course will explore key themes and language related to diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, belonging, and kinship. Through self-reflection, small group exercises, and shared exploration in the larger group, participants will develop a deeper understanding of how our social identities intersect with and generate power, privilege, and bias, and leave with a toolkit to support building relationships with people from backgrounds and experiences different from their own.

Randolph Carter

As both the founder of East Ed and a member of the Black Panther Party, Randolph has devoted his career to promoting equity and diversity in education and in communities across the US. He was a Fellow in the Harvard University School Leadership Program, Graduate School of Education, where he received a Master’s degree in education with a school leadership …