Friday, 2:15 pm to 3:45 pm—Workshops & Presentations

Building White Anti-Racist Analysis and Praxis

Constructing Youth-Led Spaces of Decolonization, Radical Healing and Love

Disrupting Dominant Media Narratives

From Coping to Hoping: Teaching Youth to Thrive through Unjust Health Structures using Photovoice

Half Pint Poetics — for Young Activists only (ages 7-12)

Healing as Self-Determination: Black women-identified women organizers, educators, parents, and students speak on what Black students need to heal, survive and thrive

Historical Fiction Time Travel: Kindred & The Knotted Line

How to Use Technology to Address Community Problems — Located at MetWest

Making Filipina/o Students’ Voices Matter: Pin@y Educational Partnerships’ Teacher Participatory Action Research

National Student Bill of Rights (NSBR)

Parent, Teacher and Student Organizing: Building Unity and Horizontal Relationships

Pretty, Sexy, Sassy: A Youth-Made Film About Media Sexism

Pursuing Equity Through Student Perception Surveys

Rethinking the Middle East and North Africa: Innovative Curricula for High School

Searching for Subjectivity: Perception & Violence in a Racialized Society

Teaching Freire through Young Adult Literature

The Call for Justice and the Need for Equity: Perspectives from Veterans in their 6th Decade of Struggle

“This don’t feel like social justice!”: Hypocrisy, Disconnect and Discipline in Social Justice Education

Uncovering the Racial Kinetics Underlying Instruction in a Classroom

Unite to Fight: Anatomy of a Movement

We Want History to Tell The Truth, Ethnic Studies for All the Youth!

“Where y’all at?”: Power Mapping Youth Research and Activism in Your City

Women in Prison: Oral History as Advocacy

YOU CAN’T HAVE TWO DADS…THAT’S WEIRD!

Youth-Led Racial Justice in Dallas, Texas (THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN CANCELLED)