The Anti-Racist Arts, Media, and Entertainment (AME) Classroom
Wednesday, September 29th 6:30-8:30 pm EDT
SESSION 3 FLYER (PDF)
What does it mean to be an anti-racist Arts, Media, and Entertainment (AME) teacher? What are the specific tools and resources that will support us in this work? How can we build strategic alliances and engage in meaningful dialogue with other teachers about building an inclusive and anti-racist AME pathway?
Please join us for a special professional learning event that explores pathways to creating an anti-racist Arts, Media, and Entertainment (AME) classroom. Moderator Dr. Denise Boston (Equity and Restorative Practices Manager for Howard County Government, Maryland and former Dean of Diversity and Inclusion at the California Institute of Integral Studies) will be joined by panelists Danielle Drake (California Institute of Integral Studies), Alison Trope (Critical Media Project), and Sebastien Elkouby (View Park High School).
Following the panel, we will break into our Communities of Practice, discipline-specific discussion groups that will help us lean into this work of developing culturally aware content creators, supporting increased representation in the creative industries, and becoming the extraordinary educators we are meant to be!