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Friday, December 2 • 8:45am - 11:30am
Closing the Opportunity Gap for Black and Latino Males: Tools and Resources for Anti-Racist, Culturally Sustaining Practices

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This interactive workshop builds on a research-practice partnership among a community-based organization, a field-based center at an institute of higher education, and an urban school district. Session attendees - from students to family members to educators to advocates - will discover, adapt, and use role-specific tools and resources that promote culturally sustaining, anti-racist practices and that value the strengths and assets that Black and Latino male students bring to their education. In addition to learning about the systemic nature of the opportunity gap in Boston Public schools and practices in individual schools, participants will leave with tools and commitments to make their own settings ones in which Black and Latino males and others oppressed by historic, systemic inequality will thrive.

Speakers
avatar for Rosann Tung

Rosann Tung

Director of Research and Policy, Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University

Facilitators
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Colin Rose

Student, Boston Public Schools
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Melissa Colon

Graduate Student, PhD Program, Tufts University
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Vivian Dalila Carlo

Associate Professor, Lesley University


Friday December 2, 2016 8:45am - 11:30am
Providence Ballroom III

Attendees (30)