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We're discussing education, allyship, & safe education pathways for Black & racialized neurodiverse students.
Join our special guests anti-racism Educator Robert Small, school Trustee Kirsten Kelly, and 5x Olympic & World Champion Donovan Bailey, who will be headlining our private Fireside Chat.
Jayden shares her battle with racist bullies at school and the barriers to restorative justice supported by school policy.
What more can schools do to create safe spaces for Black intersectionally positioned students?
What is it like to be "the unseen object" and the hyper visible subject at the same time?
How can we build students up, instill self-confidence, value personhood over developmental milestones?
Jantz shares his thoughts in prose.
Shane's poem reveals how important it is to see potential in students, use strategies to build on student strengths, and celebrate the unique connections students with dis/abilities can make when supported.
Have you ever had a Black autistic teacher?
Where is the "diversity" in teaching staff?
Why is it important for all students to see Black dis/abled teachers representation?
How does self-care fit into this?
Learn more about the relationships between representation, education, and self-care, from our Board member Miss Natasha.
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