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Transforming School Cultures: Challenging Everyday Racism

Free Virtual Series TRANSFORMING SCHOOL CULTURES THROUGH CHALLENGING EVERYDAY RACISM Drawing from over 2 decades of research, Dr. Daniel Solórzano and Dr. Lindsay Pérez Huber offer an in-depth analysis of a systemic form of everyday racism commonly experienced by People of Color. Racial microaggressions are layered and cumulative assaults, often carried out in subtle and unconscious ways, which take a psychological and physiological toll on the body, mind, and spirit. Dr. Solórzano and Dr. Pérez Huber make a unique contribution to the study of racial microaggressions by using Critical Race Theory (CRT) to develop the concepts, frameworks, and models. Focusing on the lived experiences of People of Color, Racial Microaggressions can be used to disrupt the everyday racism that continues to target so many Communities of Color.   Facilitated by: DR. DANIEL SOLÓRZANO Professor, Joint Faculty, UCLA and DR. LINDSAY PÉREZ HUBER Associate Professor, CSULB
Date / Time / Location
1/10/23, 1/17/23, 1/24/23, 1/31/23, 2/7/23, 2/14/23, 2/21/23, 2/28/23, 3/7/23, 3/14/23, 3/21/23, 3/28/23
10:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Free Virtual Series via Zoom
Cost
Free
Contact Info
kigraham@kern.org
Who Will Benefit
Eligibility Participants must be a K-12 teacher or administrator working in one of our partner counties (Fresno, Kern, Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, or Ventura).
Register
https://lacoe.k12oms.org/2576-220664
Coordinator(s)
Malaika Bryant
Malaika Bryant
mbryant@kern.org
(661) 636-4227

Kimberly Graham
Kimberly Graham
kigraham@kern.org
(661) 636-4671