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REGISTER HERE  and we'll sign you up for both dates. If you can't attend a date, the webinar will be recorded and I'll send the link to anyone who is registered.

Join us for a two-part webinar (September 2020 dates TBD) with anti-bias, anti-racism educator Aundrea Tabbs-Smith, sponsored by Weston Youth Services

Workshop #1: Wednesday Sept.23,  7:30-8:30 PM: Is this Book/TV show Anti-racist? How to look at the books and shows our children watch through an anti-racist/anti-bias lens.(includes Q&A)

Workshop #2: Wednesday Sept. 30, 7:30-8:30 PM: Stereotypes in Children's Books: How to Select Books + TV shows for your children that dispel stereotypes. Let's grow in our understanding of what a stereotype is, reflect on how they impact our lives and the lives of those around us, and create actionable steps to move towards selecting books for our children that dispel stereotypes rather than reinforce them. (includes Q&A)

Presenter: Aundrea Tabbs-Smith. Aundrea is a mom of two and author of For the Quiet Black Girl. She was a classroom teacher for twelve years and worked with school administration to identify areas in the curriculum that needed restructuring so that Black and brown children were being affirmed. She currently serves as Site Director for the East Grand location of the Friends Center for Children in New Haven, CT. Find out more about her at Spithoney.com

REGISTER HERE and we'll  send you the webinar link. The webinar wil include a Q&A chat option, and you can also send questions in advance to lcleary@westonct.gov