Educate All Students: Larry Miller's Blog

March 16, 2011

ENSJ Antiracist Teaching Conference April 2

Filed under: Educational Practices,Racism,Teaching — millerlf @ 3:07 pm

ENSJ Community,
The annual antiracist teaching conference is fast approaching! Join educators from all over the area and the country Saturday, April 2 for our fourth annual Antiracist/Antibias Teaching Conference. Chicago-area educator David Stovall is providing the keynote this year and lunch once again will be available from Alterra. ENSJ members will facilitate useful workshops on antiracist teaching practices, address our ongoing struggle for educational justice, and respond to the fight for teacher rights and worker democracy in Madison. Together, we can create better learning conditions for our students and better working conditions for our colleagues.
Read descriptions for over twenty of the conference panels here:
Register for the conference by downloading, filling in and mailing this form:
   (please note that the lower early registration cost has been extended to March 24!)
More information about the conference can be found on the ENSJ site here:
Please invite others interested in social and educational justice to the conference by sharing the registration form and directing folks to the site.
We’ll see you April 2!
Thank you,

Royal Brevväxling
for the Conference Program Committee
Antiracist*Antibias Teaching Conference
Educators’ Network for Social Justice
1001 E Keefe Ave
Milwaukee WI 53212


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