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Centering Black Children in Oakland: Incorporating Anti-Racist Principles

Mar 05, 2021    |   Celebrating Diversity

Join a powerful conversation hosted by Oakland Starting Smart and Strong (OSSS) with Oakland educators and parent leaders as they share strategies for nurturing the development of young Black children in early learning programs.

The event panel of experts includes…

  • Taji Brown, Oakland Unified School District (OUSD)

  • Dr. Tasha Henneman, OSSS Trainer and Facilitator

  • Pecolia Manigo, Bay Area Parent Leadership Action Network

  • Dr. LaWanda Wesley, OUSD

Event Facilitated by: Nini Humphrey, OUSD & Pacific Oaks College

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This free event is hosted by OSSS Boys of Color Work Group and associated with Bank Street College of Education’s Early Childhood Symposium, “Disrupting Anti-Black Racism in Early Childhood Education: Center, Abolish, Liberate.” This event supports the “Black Lives Matter At Schools Year of Purpose” as educators, teachers, and leaders explore inequities in the educational system and their impact on Black children.

View a recording of the presentation below.



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