Facebook Live Discussion Focuses on BLM@School

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Black Lives Matter at School is a national movement that calls on all of us to have honest conversations about racist policies and practices that affect our students and schools.  prompt take action.

As educators, students, parents, and community leaders across the country lead a charge for justice as part of Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action, NEA Vice President Becky Pringle and Dignity in Schools National Field Director Zakiya Sankara Jabar participated in a FaceBook Live discussion to explore the movement, as well as what educators are doing across the nation. They shared ideas on how classrooms and communities can have an impact on dismantling institutional racism in schools.

Click here to watch to learn how we can help bring national awareness to racial inequities in schools and bring us closer to education justice.

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