[Libs-Or] Social Justice Conference, Oct. 18
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Sat Sep 6 10:40:27 PDT 2014
On behalf of Bill Bigelow for the Northwest Teaching for Social Justice Conference organizing committee www.nwtsj.org<http://www.nwtsj.org/>
We've been putting together the agenda for this year's Northwest Teaching for Social Justice Conference, and it looks great. Many highlights. The brilliant anti-racist educator Enid Lee will keynote this year's conference, speaking on "Disrupting Systems of Racism in Our Districts, Schools, and Classrooms." We recently added Rethinking Schools editor Stan Karp to the program. Stan will be speaking on "Surviving School Reform: When the Reformers Come to Town."
Register today: www.nwtsj.org<http://www.nwtsj.org/>
When: Saturday, October 18
Where: Madison High School, Portland
And there will be lots of workshops by Rethinking Schools editors and writers, including Linda Christensen, Wayne Au, Jesse Hagopian, Adam Sanchez, Moé Yonamine, Tim Swinehart, Katy Swalwell, Chris Hawking, Andreina Velasco, Amy Lindahl, Hyung Nam, Noah Zeichner, Mark Hansen, Elizabeth Thiel, Katharine Johnson, and Katie Kissinger. Topics include slam poetry, climate change, "Who Rules the Schools?" talking about skin color with young children, "Latinos in Action," disability advocacy, "Queering Elementary Education," teaching social justice to children of privilege, organizing against standardized
testing, and many, many more.
Dozens of community organizations and publishers, including Rethinking Schools, will also be displaying their wares in a Resource Fair.
Join us for this inspirational and idea-packed event. Re-ignite your commitment to social justice teaching and quality education for all.
See you in Portland on October 18th. Register now at www.nwtsj.org<http://www.nwtsj.org/>.
P.S. The conference is sponsored by Puget Sound Rethinking Schools, Portland Area Rethinking Schools, Social Equality Educators (Seattle and Portland), the
Oregon Writing Project at Lewis and Clark College, Oregon Save Our Schools, and Rethinking Schools magazine.?
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