Wednesday, May 20th, 2020
Connecticut Convention Center, Hartford, CT
A conference designed for educators, family members, community members, business leaders and everyone who plays a part in a child’s life.
The 5th annual conference on Dismantling Systemic Racism, sponsored by the State Education Resource Center (SERC) in collaboration with the SERC Foundation, focuses on ways to support, promote, and develop racial equity in education. The full-day conference supports educators, families, and community leaders who seek to confront racist structures and practices to better serve Connecticut’s students and their families, through advocacy and the development, implementation, and sustainability of innovative, culturally relevant programming.
The keynote presenter for this conference is singer, filmmaker, and activist Taina Asili. Hearing Youth Voices will perform “Schools that Work for Us” during the afternoon plenary session, followed by discussion groups based on the themes of their work. Morning and afternoon breakout sessions provide the opportunity for attendees to choose topics of personal and professional interest.
To learn more and register, please visit the following link: