The 20-Minute Talk provides an opportunity to understand and examine how educational stakeholders within the Midwest and Plains Equity Assistance (MAP) Center’s 13-state region define and frame intersectional, anti-racist educational practice; how their own identities shape their understandings of anti-racist leadership; as well as provide key and unapologetic insights on what is required, beyond platitudes and toward concrete policies and practices, to realize racially just school communities. All vodcast recordings are closed captioned.
Episode Two - March 2021: Antiracism in the Age of COVID-19
Episode Three - April 2021: Conversations with Antiracist Leaders
Episode Four - May 2021: Antiracism at the Intersections
Session Five - June 2021: The Antiracist Imaginary for School Communities
Session Six - July 2021: Hope, Healing, and Harmony for Antiracism
Kathleen King Thorius, Ph.D.
Seena Skelton, Ph.D.
Perry Wilkinson, M.Ed.
Toia Jones, M.Ed.
Jerry Anderson, Ph.D.
Anthony Lewis, Ph.D.
Superintendent of Schools, Lawrence Public Schools, KS, Episode 3
Robert A. Lampley, Esq.
Attorney, OH, Episode 4