"Disrupting Punitive Practices and Policies: Rac(e)ing Back to Teaching, Teacher Preparation, and Brown"
In this talk, H. Richard Milner IV examines practices and policies at national, state, district, and local levels that are implicitly or overtly designed to punish rather than support academic, social, cultural, and psychological development of Black, Brown, and low-income students. Race and racism continue to penetrate the very fabric of the United States and the education system and the intentions of Brown, particularly racial equity and justice, have yet to be realized. Many people, including educators, may find it difficult to understand the ways in which race and racism emerge in education policy and practice.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Please Arrive Early. Doors Close at 6:00 p.m. sharp!
Federal Building: Photo ID Required to Enter
Buffet Reception to Follow Lecture and Discussion.