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UPDATES:

  • Your t-shirts should arrive soon! I can’t wait to see you in them.
  • Fall 2019 Schedule is available under Discussions
  • Watch Christina and Terrance talk about starting your own local #ClearTheAir. You can find the recording under Affiliates.

Want to stay connected to #ClearTheAir this summer? Here’s how.

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#ClearTheAirRDU – July

In July #ClearTheAirRDU is also reading Not Light, But Fire: How to Lead Meaningful Race Conversations in the Classroom by Matthew Kay. Engage with them via slowchats on Wednesdays July 10, 17, 24 & 31.

Administrators #ClearTheAir – July 10, 2019

In a one-hour Zoom, we invite school administrators to join us as we share and discuss ways to #DoTheWork and #BreakRank in your own buildings on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 @ 7:30 PM. We don’t have to wait for the larger system to lead us in educating our faculty and changing the structures and systems that are perpetuating racism in our schools. Register for the Zoom here.

#BreakRank – July 24, 2019

Following up on the discussion regarding “Racism, Whiteness, and Burnout in Antiracist Movements,” by Paul Gorski and Noura Erakat, #BreakRank invites you to join another twitter chat on Wednesday, July 24 @ 7:30 PM EST. The text will be the responses from BIPOC to the question, “What do you need from white folx in this work?” Check out the responses here. Read the original article here.

UPDATE

#ClearTheAirUK – September 2019

Join @KaySocLearn and @MrPranPatel as they lead our international education community in a discussion about Natives: Race & Class in the Ruins of Empire by Akala (@akalamusic). Follow along on @ClearTheAirUK, Next live chat is Sunday, September 1 @ 2:30 PM EST! We will discuss Chapters 4 – 5. The extended time off will allow you time to catch up on the reading.

Social Justice Writing – Multiple Dates

This event is closed, but we hear the first cohort is doing some amazing work together. We can’t wait to see it!