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Social Justice Forums

Social Justice Forums

SAVE THE DATE: Thursday, August 19 at 7:00pm, via Zoom

TOPIC:  Systemic Racism & Teaching the Next Generation

How can we lead our next generation into a greater and more equitable future?
What do our students need to access accurate historical knowledge?


Tanisha Long will help us understand how we become a more socially aware society, beginning with teaching young students, as the way children approach the world is often shaped by early learnings in the classroom. Ms. Long will discuss education access, critical race theory and the long-term effects of systemic racism on students of color.  
 

To register, email stbrendanskatie@gmail.com 

This free Zoom event is sponsored by St. Brendan's Episcopal Church
nd the Unitarian Universalist Church of the North Hills.

View our past forums here:

September 2020: Race, Religion, and Reconciliation

October 2020: Voter Suppression

December 2020: Evictions

January 2021: Climate Crisis

February 2021: Policing

April 2021: Food Insecurity 

June: The Asian American Experience

July: Police Review Board

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Tanisha Long, founder of
Black Lives Matter-Pittsburgh
& Re Visions
A non-profit focused on creating a fair learning environment and broadening our understanding about the long-lasting effects of inadequate education.