Summer Justice Series: Building a Community of Love, Power & Liberation
NEA’s Summer Justice Series Camp Session III
August 3-6, 2020
Join us August 3-6 as we explore how we can find power in our creativity and our stories, and how these practices can in turn power our movements for change.
Each day we’ll have a slate of interesting speakers and guests to deepen our knowledge, build our community connections and engage us in meaningful conversations on racial and social justice. Here’s just a sample of what you will find:
- Engage in practices of emotional healing that strengthens our capacity to sustain racial justice movements and increase our resiliency as we work to end systemic oppression and injustice with Nanci Luna Jimenez.
- Explore what we have learned (and haven’t) since the 1968 Kerner Commission Report with Alan Curtis and Dr. Diane Ravitch.
- Discuss the interconnectedness of policing, immigration enforcement,and school militarization that prohibits Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities from living free and safe with David Ragland, Nathalia Alejandra Varela, and Zakiya Sankara-Jabar.
- Examine ways to dismantle white supremacy in K12 education with Delma Jackson and Robin Carter-Cooper.
- Learn from educator-activists and civil rights advocates playing a crucial role in ensuring students and families are safe in schools and can access a quality education with Tom Rademacher, Estella Owoimaha-Church, Gloria Pereyra-Robertson and Miriam Rollin.
- Experience joy with a closing dance party with world-renowned DJ Jazzy Jeff!
Join these FREE workshops and be part of our growing community of love, power, and liberation.