October 22, 2020 from 2:30pm-4:30pm

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Elissa Zylbershlag 
New Jersey State Bar Foundation 

Being an Antiracist virtual workshop 

October 22, 2020


Join us in this virtual workshop as we discuss what it means to actively be an antiracist.  In this workshop we will look specifically at anti-Black racism, what it means to be antiracist, analyze the educational system in our country and work to create action-oriented personal goals.  Each participant will need to choose an educational area to focus on during the registration process.  The areas that we will focus on during this workshop will be: college readiness/access to AP/gifted and talented programs, educator expectations and biases, lack of representation of black educators/role models, school discipline inequities and curriculum.  Please be prepared to choose one area of focus during the workshop when you register.  

Participants will receive 2 PD credits upon completion of the workshop. You will be required to fill out a short survey after the workshop and will not be given a certificate without completion of the survey. 

This workshop is free for educators. The workshop will last 2 hours.

Please note that this is an online workshop and not an in person training. We will be hosting this event via Zoom. You will need access to a camera and microphone for this workshop. 

We will not have a wait list for our online webinars and workshops. Since spots are very limited, we ask that if you cannot make it to the webinar, you please cancel with us so that others might have the opportunity to attend.

If the workshop is filled, check the "Events" page on our website regularly for openings.  As people cancel, there will be openings.

Views and opinions expressed by participants and attendees do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the New Jersey State Bar Foundation. Please contact Elissa Zylbershlag with any issues or questions. We thank you for your participation!