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This workshop will provide parents with tools to advocate for their children in the school system when they face racism and bias. We will explore different actors in our children's education, forms of anti-black racism and bias, human rights aspects of discrimination, as well as practical ways to address discrimination when it arises. This is also a great time to network with other parents going through similar experiences.While the workshop is free, we will accept donations at the door to cover costs of maintaining our website and helping Parents for Diversity to do more workshops and other activities. Note that we are not a charity so cannot provide tax receipts.Past participants have said the following:“I liked how well comments and questions were handled. As a white mother of white kids I liked hearing about actions to help be proactive in anti-black racism.”"I liked practical examples of how to apply workshop knowledge to real-life incidents and practices.""I liked finding out I’m not alone learning how to be a better advocate for my kids.""I just felt happy to know that I’m not alone.""I liked how welcoming the space was. I felt comfortable to share my stories. I felt close with my peers in the workshop. I loved the genuine care and passion the team had when presenting the content.""I LOVED EVERYTHING! WOW! I feel so empowered leaving this workshop. Thank you!"
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