Cultivating Genius By Addressing AntiBlackness In Classrooms
Registration is required
Monday, October 12, 2020 · 5 PM - 7 PM
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 register at bit.ly/3hRFRIl We look forward to seeing you!
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