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July 13, 2022

Teaching and Learning About Race: Fantastic Practice in Early Childhood

Wednesday, 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm

What does healthy and developmentally appropriate teaching and learning about race look like in early childhood classrooms? Join EmbraceRace on Wednesday, July 13, for a virtual conversation about how early childhood educators can to guide young children toward foundational understandings of human diversity and social justice.

This conversation is the second in a series called “Organizing in Defense of Children’s Racial Learning.”

Date and Time:

Wednesday, July 13, at 8:30 p.m.


Victor L. Bradley, Jr., an anti-bias and anti-racist educator who believes you’re never too young to change the world. He has over 30 years of experience teaching in elementary and early childhood settings and over 20 years training and consulting to serve young children, families, and school communities.

Verónica Reynoso, a Mentor Teacher at Hilltop Children’s Center in Seattle, Washington. She is a first generation Mexican-American, born and raised in Chicago. She has also taught at Velma Thomas Preschool in Chicago and the Epiphany Early Learning Preschool in Seattle and has been published in Learning Together with Young Children: A Curriculum Framework for Reflective Teachers and in Exchange Magazine. She is also featured in the film Reflecting On Anti-Bias Education in Action: The Early Years.

Register for the event.





July 13, 2022
8:30 pm to 9:30 pm