R.E.A.L. (Racial Equity Adaptive Leadership) Institute

CityMaple Valley
CountyKing (WA4001)
From06/06/2019
To06/08/2019
Hours09:00
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Maple Valley
King (WA4001)
Tel 2019-06-06
Categoria Events
R.E.A.L. (Racial Equity Adaptive Leadership) Institute

“We speak for the no longer and the not yet.” -Subcomandante Marcos Don't miss out. Join us for this signature professional learning series. The lexicon of diversity, inclusion and equity have been introduced into our society as a way to address or "window dress" our nation’s historical and current endemic reality: systemic racism. In learning from our past to bring to our present with a critical racial analysis, scholar-practitioners Dr. Marion Smith, Jr. and Dr. Nikum Pon have developed the R.E.A.L. (Racial Equity Adaptive Leadership) Framework. Join us for a three-part, experiential learning series where you will learn and apply the R.E.A.L. (Racial Equity Adaptive Leadership) Framework as an entry point to engage, to educate, and to empower. You will examine and challenge race, racism, White Supremacy and power within an educational context and incorporate Critical Race Theory (CRT) concepts to identify a core racial equity challenge in your work and name high-leverage "Call to Action" next steps.  As a result of this experiential learning series, participants will: Calibrate a collective working definition and understanding of the Racial Equity Adaptive Leadership (R.E.A.L.) Framework and Critical Race Theory (CRT) Engage in strategies and processes to learn, unlearn and/or relearn work of anti-racist, social change (from revolution to evolution) Interrogate self to identify a core racial equity challenge in their work Develop skills and knowledge in the use of systems thinking concepts and adaptive leadership strategies to analyze complex issues and identify high leverage interventions  Institute Guiding Question: What habits of mind and racial equity adaptive leadership moves are critical to disrupt and dismantle inequitable systems, policies and practices to re-imagine ways of knowing and being that cultivate a culture of collaboration, high expectations and accountability where all students achieve? Dates: June 6-8, 2019 (3-Days) Time: 9:00am-3:00pm Location: Tukwila Community Center | 12424 42nd Avenue | Tukwila, WA 98168 Cost: $400.00 for all 3 days; includes lunch and resource learning guide Founder & Facilitators: Marion Smith, Jr., EdD | Nikum Pon, PhD Contact for more information: ed2liberate@gmail.com.


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