Please join the UMBC Education Department on October 12, 2020 at 5:00 pm for our annual Equity and Excellence Lecture. This year, we will be joined by four distinguished educators as they discuss anti black racism in the classroom. Please visit the event page to register.
Come learn from and engage with four distinguished panelists on the
topic of addressing anti-Blackness in classrooms. Sharing perspectives
from early childhood, elementary, and middle/secondary classroom
contexts, each panelist brings a wealth of expertise informed
by their own research and teaching.
Distinguished Educator Panel
Dr. Nathaniel Bryan - Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Education, Miami University
Dr. Gholdy Muhammad - Associate Professor of Middle and Secondary Education, Georgia State University, Author of Cultivating Genius: A Four-Layered Framework for Culturally and Historically Responsive Literacy
Dr. Eliza Braden - Assistant Professor of Elementary Education, University of South Carolina
Akiea Gross - Founder of Woke Kindergarten