TAG's 9th Annual Education for Liberation Conference - May 5, 2018
TAG Philly invites you to participate in our ninth annual Education for Liberation Conference.

Connecting the Dots: Building Solidarity to Transform our City and Schools

It is critical that we see how issues of education justice connect directly to broader movements for racial, economic and gender justice. When we connect the dots, we recognize our responsibility to deepen our analysis, strengthen our commitment to solidarity, and push ourselves toward further action.

What does it mean for students, families, and educators to be in solidarity with each other?

At this conference, we invite participants to see the connections between struggles inside and outside of schools so that we challenge the social systems of violence that make it hard for any of us to show up whole.

Below are 5 ways to participate: facilitate a workshop, display student work in a gallery, share resources at a table, facilitate an informal lunch conversation and/or volunteer. Choose how you would like to participate and complete that section (or those sections) of the form below by Friday, April 6.

Then spread the word to others to join us!

Name *
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Email Address *
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Phone Number *
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Affiliation (School or Organization)
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Role/Title
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City, State
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FACILITATE A WORKSHOP
We invite you to share a workshop with the social justice education community in Philadelphia. We welcome workshops that are focused on political education (e.g. intersectional analyses of how institutional oppression affects our students, our schools, ourselves as educators), deepen understanding of the current context, curricular ideas, instructional strategies and teaching practice, and community work. We believe in participant-centered workshops, so we invite interactive activities and discussions. We particularly encourage student-facilitated workshops. We invite workshops that connect with the guiding question for this year's conference: What does it mean for students, families, and educators to be in solidarity with each other?

We will let you know whether your workshop has been accepted in early April.

Name of Workshop
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Workshop description (one paragraph)
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Explain how this workshop connects to our theme, and which track it belongs in (briefly)
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Facilitator(s) bios (two sentences for each facilitator)
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How will your workshop incorporate/center youth and other marginalized voices?
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Please give two concrete examples for how your workshop will be interactive.
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SHARE STUDENT WORK
For the third year, we are creating a gallery of student work. Do your students have creative or non fiction writing pieces, poetry, visual art, community projects or other efforts to show off?
Write a brief (one sentence) description of the work you will be displaying.
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SHARE RESOURCES AT A TABLE
A key component of the day are the tables, where individuals can share curriculum, projects, or other resources that would be of interest to people attending the event.
What is the general focus of your curriculum, project and/or resource?
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FACILITATE A LUNCH CONVERSATION
At lunch we provide opportunities for information conversations around a theme.
Tell us the topic you would like to discuss with other conference participants.
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VOLUNTEER
We would love to have your help making sure the conference is smooth and successful.
Check any and all that apply:
THANK YOU
We're looking forward to your participation on May 5!
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