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Race and Adoption in the Schools – Challenging the School-to-Prison Pipeline
Race and Adoption in the Schools –
Challenging the School-to-Prison Pipeline
Parents need to be concerned and consider effective ways to advocate for their children in the context of schools that are often already struggling to manage the complexity of a wide range of agendas and family needs. Come discuss strategies and antidotes to support boys and girls in the context of school systems that don’t always support them or their success.
Featured Speaker: Michael Thompson
Michael Thompson has taught African American and U.S. History at Chabot Community College in Hayward since 2003. He is also a member of the Etnic Studies faculty and the Daraja learning community for African American students. Previously he has taught at Mills College, Stanford University, and the University of California- Berkeley, where he received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in History.
Cost For Non-Members: $42
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