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May 29

Everyday Repair and Reparations, Part 1 & 2 on May 29 and June 12, 7-8:30pm ET

What do white educators owe global majority people every day? How do we deal with risks? How do we make space for the leadership of global majority people? How do we embrace grassroots reparations that do not replace but also do not wait for policy changes? This work cannot be done without critical, specific feedback from members of the global majority, those most affected by the outcome. BIPOC are invited to help channel, critique and push the grappling. Parents, family, caregivers, faith partners, and community members seeking to raise healthy children are invited to the conversation.

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May 29, 2024 07:00pm ET - Jun 12, 2024 08:30pm ET

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Luda Bryzzheva sat down with white-identified “seasoned” facilitators and k-12 educators to grapple with the questions above. Their journeys are her own. Together they heart-stormed what it means to acknowledge and work to repair past and ongoing racial inequity and racialized harm as individual white people and members of various collectives. The insights gained in this study will have the potential to transform individual and collective behavior necessary for effective reparations. Perhaps they can even inform us viscerally to know what “embodied reparations” feel like.


Meet the presenter!

Luda Bryzzheva is a white Russian immigrant mother of three, a loving and impatient educator, a scholar whose work focuses on pro-liberation education, critical whiteness theory and anti-racism. She is an associate professor in Bilingual and Multicultural Education at Adelphi University, NY; and a facilitator for the Center for Racial Justice in Education in NYC.


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