We’re thrilled to host a screening of the new film Reflecting on Anti-bias Education in Action: The Early Years, as well as a conversation with the film producers and with two of the teachers featured in the film.
The film focuses on teachers in diverse early childhood classrooms who are committed to equity - in terms of race, gender, disability, language, class and other identities of the students and families they serve - on a daily basis. We watch those teachers use anti-bias strategies in early childhood classrooms and also see them reflecting on their practices.
Anti-bias education giants Debbie LeeKeenan and John Nimmo produced the film as a resource for early childhood educators wanting to engage in anti-bias practices and featuring the voices and practices of fellow teachers. The film focuses on teachers in classrooms but also offers practical insights about anti-bias helpful to any of us with young children in our lives.
Join us to watch the film and hear from Debbie, John, and two teachers featured in the film, Joyce Jackson and Nadia Jaboneta. As always, we welcome your questions and insights!
PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT STARTS EARLIER AND LAST LONGER THAN MOST TALKING RACE & KIDS EVENTS.