The Children’s Museum of Atlanta is hosting its first town square on systemic racism in the classroom. They have three town squares coming up and two of them feature faculty from the Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education.
Brian Williams’ discussion is titled “Social Justice Resources for Parents.” He is the director of the Alonzo A. Crim Center for Urban Educational Excellence, a clinical professor in the department and is also known as Dr. Science.
The first speaker, Cori V. Cain, is the director of strategic partnerships at The Rollins Center for Language & Literacy at the Atlanta Speech School and will discuss “Systemic Racism in the Classroom.”
- July 16: Cori V. Cain Discusses Systemic Racism in the Classroom
- July 23: Stacey French-Lee, Ph. D. Discusses Children’s Intersecting Identities
- July 30: Dr. Brian Williams, Ph. D. Discusses Social Justice Resources for Parents
To find out more about the program, visit CMA Town Square on System Racism.