Horace Hall presents:
R.E.A.L. Youth Voices, Lives and Experiences: Moving from the Margins to the Center of Society
This session from Horace Hall is critical for educators, researchers and students of education who have particular interests in re-imagining and reconstructing institutional and communal spaces to be anti-racist and anti-classist. In this vein, this interactive presentation focuses on the experiences and futures of youth of color without the spectacle of white supremacy and is guided by the question, “What is the world we want to see for our Students of Color?” This session will also encourage extensive dialogue related to the relevance and essentialism of school-based youth mentoring and youth activist programs that speak to institutional practices, education and policy reform.
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