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Disappearance of Educators of Color in Our Public Schools- Part 1
April 6 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Central Jersey Coalition for Social, Racial & Economic Justice and New Jersey Education Association Office of Human and Civil Rights in conjunction with National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. Pi-Chapter-Trenton, will host an interactive two-session workshop titled “Disappearance of Educators of Color in Our Public Schools.”
Part 1, The History & Why Teachers Are Leaving, which will be held on April 6, is an overview of the history of educators of color in America, highlighting the impact of Brown vs. Board of Education and the merging of the American Teachers Association with the National Education Association. Don’t miss hearing our keynote speaker past NEA President Reg Weaver and our dynamic panel discussion with panelist: NEA Vice President Princess Moss, NJEA Secretary Treasurer Petal Roberson, NEA Black Caucus Chair & UTLA President Cecily Myart-Cruz, Camden Education Association President Dr. Keith Benson, and Phi Delta Kappa Sorority’s Eastern Region Executive Advisor Noreen Little. The panel discussion will be moderated by NJEA HCR Manager Gary Melton followed by Q&A and small group conversation in breakout rooms. You can register for Part 1 at https://tinyurl.com/2jbyx7bj