Building and Sustaining Racially-Progressive Schools - Register for this event (October 1, 2020 at 7 PM)
Tue, Sep 22 1:19pm
Building & Sustaining Racially-Progressive Schools
October 1, 2020, 7 pm
Those registered, will receive an email in late September with a link to log-in for the event.
Please join us for a panel discussion organized around two questions:
"What does a racially-progressive school, in which all students, 
teachers and staff feel that they are treated equitably, look like?"
"Why is it so challenging to create and sustain such schools?
Panelists: PPS Superintendent Barry Galasso; PHS Assistant principal & parent Cecilia Birge; equity consultant Marceline DuBose; historian & former PHS guidance counselor Shirley Satterfield; PHS teacher Dr. Joy Barnes-Johnson; PPS parents Dr. Keith Wailoo and Dr. Lynda Dodd; PPS alums Juan Polanco (2013), Brianna Silva (2018) & Geoffrey Allen (2019); & PHS students Mojisola Ayodele & Eli Edelman (2022).  
The event will be moderated by Not In Our Town Princeton board member & PPS 2020 alum Raisa Rubin-Stankiewicz.