Navigating Real Life Diversity:
Session Three: The American Dream is for all who work hard...or is it?
Facilitated by Noor Ali & ETHS Students from SOAR (Students Organized Against Racism)
Thursday, February 18, 6:30-8:30pm
ETHS, 1600 Dodge Ave, Room E112
Free child care and Spanish translation provided.
Adults are welcome at this session of the 2015-2016 Parent Education series,
Becoming Allies: Inspiring Our Kids to Understand and Stand With Each Other
As we encourage messages to children like "you can do anything with hard work", how are we also conscious of the significant challenges facing marginalized identities? Join us as we explore the "American Dream" in an interactive and fun session. During this session we hope to challenge stereotypes of marginalized identities, as well as shed light on the unequal playing field in our society. Come to discuss methods and share suggestions for change with our community!
March 10, 2016: The Evanston history many don't know. Presented by Local Historian Dino Robinson of Shorefront Legacy Center.
March 22, 2016: The toolbox session: Practical tips for ally development. Presenters: Elisabeth "Biz" Lindsay-Ryan and Sunny Nakae. Location: ETHS' Welcome Center E112.
For more information about the program, please contact Heather Sweeney at firstname.lastname@example.org.