Join us for an anti-racism conference with multiple virtual and in-person workshops for all ages: adults, teens, kids, caregivers, parents and families together!
Opening Session at 9:00 am, with Willie Adams speaking.
Workshop Options at 10, 11 and 12 noon
Virtual and In-Person Workshop Options
Topics include anti-racism in: literature, raising kids, school culture, poetry, microaggressions, educating ourselves, history, a community art project and more.
More information and workshop details are below. In-Person workshops will have COVID-19 protocols in place, including capacity limits. A participant guide with Zoom links and location details will be provided after registration.Click here for a PDF version of the registration form
if you prefer to print and mail it.
Please register by April 22.
Willie Adams is a dedicated educator with an undying passion for equity in education. For decades he has taught history, humanities, and music in the San Francisco and Oakland, CA area, and led diversity and equity efforts, most recently at the Heads-Royce School in Oakland. In addition to his work in education, Willie has been a professional DJ since 1991. Willie is excited about leading our opening session to help each participant - regardless of age - find their place in the work of anti-racism.