Friday, 11:30 am to 1:00 pm—Workshops & Presentations

Challenging Health Inequities and White Privilege through Image Theater

Challenging the Outdoor Narrative

Convivial Community Research

Creative Impact: New Media Tools for Youth Empowerment & Movement Making

Criminalization in the Classroom: “Discipline” and the School-to-Prison Pipeline

Educating for Insurgency

Ethnic Studies: A discipline and a Pedagogy of Love

Facilitating Difficult Conversations: Creating Safer Spaces to Engage Conversations about Oppression and Privilege

Grassroots Teacher Organizing: (Re)imagining Teacher Professional Development Through the Lens of Social Justice Pedagogy, Popular Education, & Love

How to Apply Design Thinking to Your Curriculum

Insights for Supporting Disenfranchised Latina/o Communities: MAESTR@S Walking Social Justice in Community

It’s NOT Whatever: Dangerous Teacher Development Because our Lives Depend on It

Life as Primary Text: Deep Dive into Youth Speaks’ Core Pedagogical Constructs

Moving Beyond the Black/White Binary: A Critical Look at Multiracial Literature, K-5

Not NY, LA or the Bay: Lessons from Emerging Education Justice Fights in Pittsburgh

Restorative Justice and Education

Storied MOveMENTS

Student Theories of Change Lead to Student Action

These Walls Speak: Living Legacies of Mural Movements

Voices of Teens with Incarcerated Parents

We ARE Somebody! — for Young Activists only (ages 7-12)

We Must Love and Protect Each Other: Radically Inclusive Organizing

“We can do math, too”: Voices of STEM Teachers of Color

What is Media?

Whose Schools? Our Schools!