• Building Community In the Classroom: Talking and Teaching About Identity and Race Through Children's Literature

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    Name: Building Community In the Classroom: Talking and Teaching About Identity and Race Through Children's Literature
    Date: January 14, 2021
    Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM CST
    Event Description:
    Building Community In the Classroom:  Talking and Teaching About Identity and Race Through Children's Literature  - Webinar led by Early Childhood and Anti-Bias Educator - Rona Wolfe
    We examine the children's book Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman through the lens of identity and race discussions with children. Together, we will think critically not only about the power of intentionally using children's books as a learning tool, but the importance of self reflection and dialogue in building classrooms and communities centered around anti bias and social justice learning.
    Free and Open to Educators/Librarians - RSVP here (zoom details will follow in email confirmation)
    sponsored by  Bridge the Divide and Hours Against Hate
    Location:
    virtual
    Date/Time Information:
    Jan 14th 6-8 PM
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    free
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