Partnering with Afrika Afeni Mills - Centering Humanity: Connecting Across Differences to Create Generative Instructional Spaces

Afrika Afeni Mills is an Education Consultant and author of Open Windows, Open Minds: Developing Antiracist, Pro-Human Students. She works with colleagues, teachers, coaches, administrators, and individuals to transform practices. Afrika has been featured on podcasts, blogs, delivered keynote addresses, and facilitated sessions at conferences across the United States. Her TED-Ed Talk, Having Conversations About Race is Just Another Hard Thing We Can Learn to Do will be available in late Spring 2023.

Afrika believes that all educators can be motivated, engaged, dynamic practitioners and leaders when provided with the support needed to create student-centered, culturally responsive learning environments that inspire wonder and creativity and nurture diversity, belonging, equity, and inclusion.

Afrika holds an M.Ed. in Elementary Teaching from the Boston College Lynch School of Education where she graduated first in her class. Afrika has spent more than 20 years working in and with schools as an educator, teacher developer and administrator. 

If your school, district, organization, or company would like to partner with Afrika as a facilitator of professional learning experiences for you and/or your staff, please fill out this form.

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Name:  *
Name of School/District/Organization/Company: *
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Why are you hoping to partner with Afrika? *
How are you hoping to partner with Afrika? *
New Workshop Series Offering
I have a new three-part series. Each session is one hour, and participants engage with the session virtually during their lunch break. Please indicate below if you would be interested in these session offerings.Though I typically work with educators, these sessions can be customized to fit your context (for example: I facilitated this series with a Community Health Center). The sessions can be purchased as a three-part set or individually. 
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If you indicated that you're looking for coaching, please indicate who you are seeking coaching for:
Do you have funds allocated for this work?  *
Has your staff already started antibias/antiracist/culturally responsive and sustaining/pro-human work?  *
If so, what is the nature of that work? *
If not, what work have you done to prepare yourself and your staff for this work?
Will your staff opt in to this learning experience or will their participation be required? *
Has your state passed legislation (or are there pending legislative efforts) banning antibias, antiracist learning experiences?  *
Has your school/district/organization/company faced resistance to antibias, antiracist work?  *
If yes, what is the nature of that resistance?
If yes, how has your school/district/organization/company responded to the resistance?
If there are specific antibias, antiracist concepts/terms/language that you would request to be excluded from/avoided in this work, please list them here, and the rationale for the exclusion. 
What are your intended outcomes for this work?  *
How will you measure the success of this work? *
What systems do you have in place to sustain this work?  *
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