Know Thyself: Identity, Social Justice, and Schools
What if this next generation could transcend racism?
A physically, intellectually, and emotionally safe environment is essential to student learning and well-being in schools. Join school administrators Kascha Adeleye, Tiffany Blassingame, and Erin Joyner from Midtown International School, as they discuss the power of identity work and affinity groups in promoting social justice in education. Topics of discussion include a history of affinity groups and the role of the school community, the importance of powerful educational resources and experiences, and insight into historical and modern social justice initiatives in schools.
Register Now! Space is limited. The Lemonade Project is free to attend because designing for social justice, both personal and communal, is for everyone!
Parking and Arrival Information:
Parking is available on both sides of the Midtown International School, at the entrance off of Sheridan Road. Please head to the front entrance through the large glass doors, and we will guide you to the classroom where we will hold the presentation.