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ParentEd Talks: Supporting Anti-Bias Education at Home and in School

Join us for this important ParentEd Talk by community leader and social justice advocate Dr. Scotland Nash.

About this event

Anti-bias education works to expose the inherent biases we all have. As parents, how can we proactively confront our own biases in order to best support our students in learning and fostering anti-bias skills, both inside and outside of the classroom?

Join Nola Family Magazine for this free virtual talk by Dr. Scotland Nash, regional director of education at Anti-Defamation League (ADL). Dr. Nash will share practical and powerful ways to support anti-bias education and maintain an ongoing dialogue with our children, in order to build empathy and compassion in our schools and support the disenfranchised in our communities.

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About the speaker

 Scotland Nash, Ed.D., has worked in education and education support services for more than 20 years. She earned her doctorate in educational leadership from Seattle University. As the director of education for ADL Pacific Northwest, Dr. Nash works with schools, districts and the community to learn about identity and diversity, to practice anti-bias strategies for communication, and to act as allies for social justice.

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