OAEA Racial and Social Justice Symposium: Change Begins with Aspiring Educators!

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Our first-ever OAEA Racial and Social Justice Symposium begins Friday evening with a virtual movie screening and interactive chat.

Saturday’s schedule will include a keynote address from author Daniel Nayeri, “Everything Sad is Untrue (a true story)”.

Breakout sessions:

  • Seeking Diversity in Teacher Preparation Programs and the Teaching Force Panel–Dr. Leonard-Towns Newby, Langston University; Dr. Teri Mora, OPSU; Dr. Samantha Benn-Duke, NSU Tahlequah
  • Becoming Anti-Racist
  • Understanding Intrinsic Bias
  • Institutional Racism in Public Education
  • Supporting LGBTQ+ Students
  • Decolonizing our Curriculum & Abolitionist Teaching
  • How to talk to Students about Race
  • Microaggressions and Pejorative Language
  • White Privilege and White Fragility

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Date And Time

01-29-2021 to


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