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POSTPONED: 4th Annual Human Rights and Transformative Justice Conference This conference will be rescheduled for sometime in the Fall. “Racial Justice: Education, Abolition & Freedom.” Join fellow educators, students, parents and community advocates as we explore what it means to educate for liberation and dismantle structural racism across communities. Sponsored by the Lehman College School of Education, the Department of Middle & High School Education, the Lehman Center for Human Rights and Peace Studies and AVPPeacemakers.org.Find out more »
The Teachers Unite Downtown Cohort will build on their last meeting by developing workshops and content for the upcoming "Unpacking School Safety" (name TBC) political education and action event, in collaboration with organizers from YA-YA Network, Teens Take Charge, NYCLU, and CEC 1. They'll further define how the event can support organizing efforts for integrated, unscreened, restorative, and police-free schools, and plan what they want the event to look like. Monthly cohort meetings are a space to connect with other…Find out more »
During their May meeting Teachers Unite decided to do their upcoming political education and action event on creating integrated, police-free schools as a virtual workshop series in Fall 2021. Organizers from YA-YA, Teens Take Charge, NYCLU, and Teachers Unite met in groups to discuss the outcomes and intended audiences for workshops. They also set up point people and next steps for developing the workshops in the upcoming weeks. On the 17th, they’ll continue developing content for the workshop series and…Find out more »
This training will cover the material in the three training above in five days. Elizabeth Clemants spend the first day covering Community Building in Circle, the second day they focus on Building Safety drawing from personal experience as well as a trauma informed practice, the third and fourth day will be spent working on How We Heal From Harm. They will be reading from a book during those two days in the evenings to cover the restorative justice theory on healing from harm. On…Find out more »
Snap Inc. is offering monthly Community Councils in New York City. Council is the practice of people coming together to share stories, listen deeply and speak from the heart. It fosters respect, trust, empathy and an inclusive environment where people experience a sense of belonging. Community Councils give opportunities to learn more about and participate in a Council alongside others. This Community Council will take place over video conference on August 26, 2021 at 6 p.m. ET. If you would…Find out more »
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