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A daylong opportunity to explore how we can use our school and classroom practices to identify and address subtle and overt elements of racism. Breakout sessions on a variety of topics will focus on sharing learning strategies and skills and will be relevant to elementary and secondary educators, school personnel and students.

Keynote  Speaker: Alyson Reimer, Haas Institute at UC Berkeley. Building the Beloved Community: Addressing Racism Inside the Classroom and Out. 

Breakout session presenters include high-school and college age students, teachers, neuroscience researchers, family therapists, administrators and diversity trainers.

Morning refreshments and a lunch are included.  CEUs from St. Mary’s Kalmanovitz School of Education will be available for an additional small fee.  Information on presenters and registration is available online.  Additional information (925) 933-7850 or margli@ourpeacecenter.org.