Zoe Bender is a long-time friend, American History high-school teacher, and has been doing social justice activism for over 15 years. Today, we're talking about it what it means to be an ally to the Black community.
What you'll learn (or why you should care):
Tamisha Williams is a dynamic facilitator who uses movement and storytelling to nurture the growth and development of those she serves. She is skilled in using frameworks of equity, justice, and inclusion to assess and develop institutional initiatives. Tamisha is a transformational leader inspiring educators, parents, and school administrators in deepening their equity-literacy skills
Workshops and Training that Zoe has attended:
"People of Color Conference" organized by the National Association of Independent Schools - December 2018 (https://pocc.nais.org/)
"Undoing Racism Workshop" led by People's Institute for Survival and Beyond https://www.pisab.org/
"PeopleSkool" led by POOR magazine https://www.poormagazine.org/
"Being mindful and white in a Multicultural World" led by the East Bay Meditation Center https://eastbaymeditation.org/
Member of "Uruhu Solidarity Movement" under the leadership of the African People's Socialist Party https://uhurusolidarity.org/
"Resisting Racism Workshop" led by Ewuare Osayande and People Organized Working to Eradicate Racism https://osayande.org/
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