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

#1 in Criminalization: Deconstructing the Myth of the Criminal Black Body

Abriendo Caminos/Opening Pathways for Students of Color into the Teaching Profession: Giving Back to the Community Through Teaching

Black Girl Civics: Creating Alternative Spaces to Increase the Civic Engagement of High School Black Girls

Black Muslims Throughout U.S. History: Filling the Textbook Gaps

Bookmaking Studio (Young Activist workshop – ages 7-12)

Changing the “No one at school listens to us” Culture: Building & Sustaining Student Leadership Groups in Middle School

City of Wind, City of Fire: Education and Activism in Chicago 1966-1975

Desettling STEM Education: Unpacking the Hidden Curriculum

Ethnic Studies in Elementary: Challenging Colonialism in the Curriculum

Family Engagement for Radicals: Using Popular Education and a Social Justice Lens

Finding the Personal in the Political and Political in the Personal: Youth Rise Texas and Youth Cinema Collective Collaborate

From Our Roots to Our Flowers: Culturally Responsive Curriculum and Assessment

Hip-Hop Words Music: Finding Your Voice for Social Justice and Activism (Young Activist workshop – ages 4-12)

Honoring Emotional Intelligence While Dealing with Conflict

Master Writers (Young Activist workshop – ages 7-12) — CANCELED

“Meta-tuning” Our Selves: A Playshop for Critical Urban Youth Workers

Public Education for the People 

Rebuilding Teacher Union Power from the Bottom Up

Revolutionary Mothering

School Privatization and the Illusion of Interest Convergence: Why We Must Change the Narrative

See Us Support Us: Perspectives from Children with Incarcerated Parents

The Fight for Public Education Across Borders: The Tri-national Coalition

The Healing Power of Anti-racist Education

Together a Part: Radical Grief for the Revolution

Village Building in Baltimore City Schools 

What is a Writing and Math Center?

Young, Angry, and Black

Youth-led Evaluation for Social Justice