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Juneteenth: Taking Time to Unravel Unconscious Biases, A Case Study from Washington State
Join this webinar to learn the history of Juneteenth, a celebration that commemorates the end of slavery in the United States and its relevance to ESPs on the job and in our communities today. We will explore the impact of the racial and social justice reckoning and awakening seen across the country over the last year and its impact on the Washington Education Association (WEA). Participants will learn about the steps WEA is taking to unravel unconscious biases, develop awareness of micro-aggressions and eliminate discriminatory behaviors through a long term investment in professional development for all members.

David S. Coleman M.B.A., Esq., NEA Human and Civil Rights, Center for Social Justice
Aneeka Ferrell, M.B.A./P.A., B.A., Substitute Coordinator for the Renton School District, WA
Shantika O'Pharrow, Substitute Specialist for the Renton School District, WA

Jun 17, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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