The rising of anti-immigrant policies, hate speech, and violence in our communities affect all of us in our classrooms. This impacts our students whether they are immigrants themselves, belong to mixed status families, or are disturbed by the threats in our community. Educators know how important it is to make classrooms more inclusive and welcoming. This event is a second part of a continued work session on building toolkits for classrooms and talking with other educators about our experiences.
By talking about immigration in positive, productive ways educators can disrupt the xenophobic messages around us!
We hope to see you there!