Past Webinars

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CARE webinars available on-demand

Transformative Professional Learning for Antiracist Education

We know educators need antiracist and equity-based professional learning. We also know educators don’t always have access to high-quality PD. Let’s talk about what defines transformative professional learning, and surface some of the challenges we’ve experienced. This webinar will engage practitioners in authentic dialogue about how to move people along on a antiracist journey. See you there!

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Moderator:
Katrice Quitter, CARE Partnership Manager

Guest: Val Brown, CARE Academic Director

Brittany Brazzel, CARE Professional Development Specialist

And guest panelists!

Introduction to the CARE Framework

Are you an antiracist educator looking for the next step or would you like a starting point to become one? The new CARE Framework is a contribution to those answers and more. Please join the CARE team and guest for a discussion about the creation, organization, and use of the framework as a tool to advance the skills, behaviors, and practices of antiracist education.

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Moderator:
Katrice Quitter, CARE Partnership Manager

Guest: Val Brown, CARE Academic Director

Brittany Brazzel, CARE Professional Development Specialist

And guest panelists!

Antiracism Isn’t Just About History

It is not difficult to see the clear connection that exists between antiracism and literacy and social studies. However, being antiracist is also possible for educators specializing in mathematics and science.

In short, providing an antiracist education for our students is not limited by the subjects we teach. In this discussion you will learn how to apply antiracist principles in your classroom.

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Moderator:
Katrice Quitter, CARE Partnership Manager

Guest: Marian Dingle, Community Engagement Manager, Advanced Education Research & Development Fund (AERDF)

History Inside Out Learning How to Decenter the Dominant Narrative

Dominant narratives seem hard-wired into the collective memory, into our textbooks, and in our lessons. They’re incomplete and they represent only one point of view – that of people in power.  So how can teachers break free?  Challenging those narratives isn’t just a matter of knowing history: it’s also a matter of mastering a set of skills and asking the right questions. 

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Moderator:
Maureen Costello, CARE Executive Director

Guest: Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries, Professor at The Ohio State University

Standing on Solid Ground: An Introduction to CARE’s Antiracist Principles

What does it mean to be an antiracist educator? An engaging discussion about CARE’s Antiracist Principles, practical framework for aspiring antiracist educators. 

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Moderator:
Val Brown, CARE Academic Director

Guests: Scott Bayer

Dr. LaGarrett King

Jessyca Mathews

Juliana Urtubey

Is This Antiracist? And Other Common Questions

“Isn’t antiracism education political?” “I don’t work at a diverse school, is antiracism education necessary?” Join a conversation with Val Brown, CARE Academic Directors, Erica Buchanan-Rivera, Tricia Ebarvia, Dr. Susan Faircloth, and Xochitl Garcia as they answer some of the most commonly asked questions about antiracism education.

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Moderator:
Val Brown, CARE Academic Director

Guests: Erica Buchanan-Rivera

Tricia Ebarvia

Dr. Susan Faircloth

Xochitl Garcia

Gathering Your People: Working with Antiracist (and Not-So Antiracist) Educators

CARE’s vision of an antiracist future includes an antiracist teach in every classroom. Join a discussion about how to lead educators who are at various levels of readiness to engage in antiracist practices.

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Moderator:
Val Brown, CARE Academic Director

Guest: Dr. Sarah-SoonLing Blackburn

James Ford

Christie Nold

Daniella Suarez-Boyd

More than a Moment: Sustaining Antiracist Practices

Everyone has attended the district-wide diversity PD. Now what? View an important conversation about how to move from compliance to change.

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Moderator:
Val Brown, CARE Academic Director

Guest: Dr. Heidi Oliver-O’gilvie

Josh Parker

Dr. Rosa Perez-Isiah

Dr. Mica Pollock