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Art Alive Movement: Racial Justice Education

August 15, 2020
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As a follow up to our first conversation with Jane Elliott, we will discuss practical approaches to transformational education. This panel will feature over 70 years of combined classroom, school leadership, and district staff level experience offering their perspectives on what it will take to integrate racial justice education into US elementary and middle schools. There will be time for Q&A and information on Part Two of our conversation with Jane Elliott. Meet Our Panel: Marianella 'Marty' Garza: has been an educator for almost 20 years, although she does not feel as if it has been that long. She began her career in south Texas, but is currently living and working in Central Texas. Her entire 20 years she's taught at Title 1 schools-- schools where the majority of the students are labeled low income and/or at risk. Marty's 20 years has been spent as an educator and an Instructional Coach. Her love is the classroom and being with students. She also grew up in a Title 1 school setting, so is familiar with the environment that many of her students come from, which is why she feels her heart is in the right place. Andalib Khelghati: As a Black Persian educator born in Togo now serving in Evanston, Illinois, it is Andalib's personal mission to promote equity in schools. Over the last 20 years he has served in a variety of roles from teaching to district level school administration. In his work he prioritizes engaging with families, educators and community partners to create more restorative, just and excellent places of learning with a focus on students of color. Erin Oh: currently serves as an education specialist for middle schoolers in Oakland, California. With 10 years of experience in the Oakland public school system (as a classroom teacher, instructional coach, and principal) Erin has had the privilege of learning from experts in her community. She is passionate about collaborating with fellow educators to build diverse learning experiences that are meaningful. Erin loves stunning students with her pre-teen pop culture expertise, while discreetly enticing them to fall in love with math. Jennifer Spalding: currently serve as Principal at a public, community school in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Before working as principal for the past seven years, she worked as a teacher coach, curriculum coordinator/writer, and social studies teacher. Jennifer is passionately committed to building a school community where students, teachers, and parents feel a sense of deep belonging and safety, which fosters learning and growing every day for all students. Meet Our Moderator: Karima Wilson: is an educator, facilitator, and program designer. She has spent over a decade as a principal, assistant principal, and bilingual teacher in Houston, TX. From her work and her experiences, she founded Forged Ed, an organization who works to support educators in creating schools where students of color thrive. Her passion is helping educators and students build their critical consciousness.

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Art Alive Movement: Racial Justice Education

Art Alive Movement: Racial Justice Education

As a follow up to our first conversation with Jane Elliott, we will discuss practical approaches to transformational education. This panel will feature over 70 years of combined classroom, school leadership, and district staff level experience offering their perspectives on what it will take to integrate racial justice education into US elementary and middle schools. There will be time for Q&A and information on Part Two of our conversation with Jane Elliott. Meet Our Panel: Marianella 'Marty' Garza: has been an educator for almost 20 years, although she does not feel as if it has been that long. She began her career in south Texas, but is currently living and working in Central Texas. Her entire 20 years she's taught at Title 1 schools-- schools where the majority of the students are labeled low income and/or at risk. Marty's 20 years has been spent as an educator and an Instructional Coach. Her love is the classroom and being with students. She also grew up in a Title 1 school setting, so is familiar with the environment that many of her students come from, which is why she feels her heart is in the right place. Andalib Khelghati: As a Black Persian educator born in Togo now serving in Evanston, Illinois, it is Andalib's personal mission to promote equity in schools. Over the last 20 years he has served in a variety of roles from teaching to district level school administration. In his work he prioritizes engaging with families, educators and community partners to create more restorative, just and excellent places of learning with a focus on students of color. Erin Oh: currently serves as an education specialist for middle schoolers in Oakland, California. With 10 years of experience in the Oakland public school system (as a classroom teacher, instructional coach, and principal) Erin has had the privilege of learning from experts in her community. She is passionate about collaborating with fellow educators to build diverse learning experiences that are meaningful. Erin loves stunning students with her pre-teen pop culture expertise, while discreetly enticing them to fall in love with math. Jennifer Spalding: currently serve as Principal at a public, community school in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Before working as principal for the past seven years, she worked as a teacher coach, curriculum coordinator/writer, and social studies teacher. Jennifer is passionately committed to building a school community where students, teachers, and parents feel a sense of deep belonging and safety, which fosters learning and growing every day for all students. Meet Our Moderator: Karima Wilson: is an educator, facilitator, and program designer. She has spent over a decade as a principal, assistant principal, and bilingual teacher in Houston, TX. From her work and her experiences, she founded Forged Ed, an organization who works to support educators in creating schools where students of color thrive. Her passion is helping educators and students build their critical consciousness.
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