Our theme is Creating Conscious Curriculum.
Join us to get clarity on how to approach assessing, creating, and implementing curriculum that truly supports our students. You will see best practices from presenters, learn about resources, and have opportunities to improve your curriculum.
This event is specifically crafted for teams looking to start or sustain their antiracist work. You can also attend individually.
What are you waiting for? Get your team together and sign up!
Mark your calendars!
- When: June 16 & 17, 2023
- Where: Virtual / Online
This conference will be virtual and delivered through Zoom and includes several apps and platforms.
We will have several breaks as well as time for mindfulness. The schedule on each day goes from 9:00 am – 3:30 pm Pacific Time.
Costs for Virtual Access
- $350 USD per individual
- $300 USD per person for teams of 4 or more
- $100 USD per person for current clients
- $200 per individual ($550 USD total)
- $175 per person on teams of 4 or more ($475 USD total)
- $200 per person for current clients ($300 USD total)
There will be swag, hook ups, and giveaways.
Apply to Present
If you are interested in presenting a workshop, keynote, or other format, submit here.
If you have an questions about group rates, conference details, and or special requests, please email us: email@example.com
Zaretta Hammond and Joe Truss
Workshop Facilitators and Topics:
“Student Voice: A method to create curriculum that empowers, engages, and improves outcomes for Black and Brown students”
Dr. Elizabeth Denevi
“Your Curriculum is Already Biased: How You Can Promote Healthy Racial Identity Development”
Dr. Sawsen Jaber
“Radical Dreaming: Cultivating Brave Spaces by Design”
“Becoming an Identity Conscious Teacher: Examining the Impact of My Proximity to Power, Privilege, and Oppression”
“Pursuing Social Justice in the Middle School Science Classroom”
Dr. Mindy Chappell
“Leveraging Resources to Explore Local Issues of Environmental Justice in the Science Classroom”
Uma Joshi Garcia
“Resistance Mixtapes: Leveraging Art and Ethnic Studies in Curriculum”
“Center Students by Centering Love”
Carolene Joy Cabrera King
“Rile ’em Up: Conscious PBL Curriculum”
Kim Warren, Usha Narra,
Jean Bosco Ntahontuye,
& Jamilya Hankishiyeva
“Using Student-Driven Learning to Support English Language Learners”
Aziza Malik and Aimee Arandia Østensen
“Celebrating Our Roots: Community-Based Learning Through Food Stories”
“The Demographic and Moral Imperative of Ethnic Studies”
“The “Just Right” book for the Culturally responsive lesson”
The schedule on each day is from 9:00 am – 3:30 pm Pacific Time.
Sign Up Here
The first 100 people, to register, BEFORE May 30th, will receive a conference swag bag, including some of the following:
T-shirts, books, conference workbook, stickers, journals.
Previous Conference Info
Our previous conferences have featured speakers such as Dr. Bettina Love, Dr. Ibram X Kendi, Dr. Gholdy Muhammad, Curtis Acosta, Resmaa Menakem, and many others.