Strengths & Struggles in Schools and Society, Free 21 Day Virtual Summit

Posted on Wednesday, August 30th, 2017 by CDLC Administrator under CDLC Blog, CDLC News.

This online event will run September 2-22. To register, for free, click here. [http://bit.ly/SSsummitSB] When you register, you will receive, in your inbox, one cutting-edge, social justice-oriented interview each day, for 21 days. Just sit back, relax, and collect your new knowledge.

This event is for you if you answer “Yes!” to any of these questions:

  • Are you a student or scholar of race, gender, ability, orientations, identities, diversity, and/or social justice?

  • Are you an educator for critical studies, truth and reconciliation, and/or inclusive social contexts?

  • Are you an activist in these areas? Do you aspire to be?

  • Are you an administrator or executive leader in charge of diversity and inclusion initiatives for your academic institution?

  • Do you promote the evolution of schools and society within which many variations of people and experience actually live and learn?

If so, then you need to understand the strengths and struggles students with identities socially constructed as “marginal” (i.e. black, brown, indigenous, native, multitudinous, queer, woman, girl, trans, disabled, first generation, etc.) may cultivate throughout their lifespans.

This 21-day virtual summit entitled, Strengths & Struggles in Schools & Society: Producing Critical and Creative Examinations of Intersectional Lives can help bridge the knowledge gap. This online event will run September 2-22. To register, for free, click here. [http://bit.ly/SSsummitSB] The team behind this project will then send you the interviews each day for your personal education and information.

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