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Friday, January 20 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
White Man Teaching: Confronting Race in a Segregated School System

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This workshop is about how, as a white male educator who was raised in a middle class family, I approach teaching classes that are made up almost entirely of low income students from African American and Latino backgrounds in NYC. Do I have a place -- or even a right to be -- in the classroom in a community of color? What must I do in order to be an effective ally to my students? How do I de-colonize my classroom practice? How can educators contribute to combating inequality and injustice in meaningful and authentic ways? This is a workshop about the process of opening one's eyes to the realities of race, and about looking beyond that construct toward social justice.

Speakers
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Joel Lederer

Joel Lederer teaches at Lower Manhattan Arts Academy/ NYC Public Schools. He has taught in Title I NYC Public high schools for 14 years, and has been societally designated as a white male all of his life.


Friday January 20, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Room 205