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Feburary 20th, 2023

In celebration of Black Futures Month, The Institute for Anti-Racist Education is hosting a panel discussion on the ways Black students have been subjected to inhumane treatment within the educational survival complex. This panel will explore love as a liberative framework for social transformation in schools. Panel will feature practitioners, scholars, abolitionists, and organizers who will provide transformative approaches for disrupting carceral practices in schools and ways to create learning environments that support the thriving of Black students. 

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Recorded Feburary 7, 2022

There is more than one way to define safety for Black students in schools. This panel will feature the work of abolitionists, authors, scholars, educators, and activists. Each of the panelists will challenge a single story of safety, centering the experiences of Black students. Together we will discuss and freedom dream ways Black students can thrive in their full humanity in schools.

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August 17, 2020 at 7PM EST