This is a six week virtual course offered to educators willing to examine the everyday policies and practices that produce racial disparities and uphold institutional systems of oppression.
Our communities are changing ethnically and every person comes here with their own story. Take time this summer to investigate the many refugee stories that Ms. Yang brings to life in her new book. Then join us this fall for an evening with Ms. Yang as she discusses her desire to capture these stories and preserve each individual's journey.
This six week virtual course is offered to anyone looking to deepen their understanding of what it means to be anti-racist. Participants will be given tools to engage in uncomfortable conversations, develop their racial literacy and begin to unpack how race operates in their everyday lives often without consent and/or acknowledgement, all the while building the muscles to move into action!
Join us for an evening of learning what homelessness looks like in our community, what resources are available for those struggling to have stable housing, and hear real life experiences of what homelessness feels like. By attending you will gain ideas of how you can assist and learn how your actions can make an impact in your own backyard.