09 June, 2020
3 - 4:30 PM

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Part of our “Building a Better US” Online Series

How do ISMs show up in times of panic?  How do mainstream narratives harm our communities?   How have stereotypes and racist, sexist and homophobic tropes been used historically to continue to subjugate our most marginalized communities?  What can we learn from the past to ensure that we never let this happen again? This workshop will explore ways in which historical moments of panic have created narratives that further marginalize our most vulnerable communities.  Students in this workshop will work to connect the past to the present moment, and identify ways that we can practice solidarity and allyship as a way of protesting these problematic narratives.

CCEJ’s Conscious Classrooms workshops are intended for middle and high school students.

Date: Tuesday, June 9
Time: 3:00 – 4:30 pm (PST)
Cost: Free!
Register online at:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CCQuarantiningTheOther

Please contact Cárol at crojas@cacej.org with any questions.

This webinar will be held via Zoom. A Zoom link will be emailed upon successful registration.

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