Kids See Color Part 2

Kids See Color Part 2: Talking to Kids about Race
Posted on 03/04/2019
Kids See ColorSaturday, March 23rd, 2019 • 1:00 - 3:00p.m. • East End Community School

Please join us to continue the conversation on Kids See Color: Talking to Kids about Race (January 26), Parent University. On Saturday, March 23, join us in building off the work we did in January, while we learn about aligning our impacts and intentions

To better accommodate the large turn out and range of diverse needs, we will be incorporating methods from Open Space Technology to support parents, families, and the community in learning to move ideas and conversation to purposeful, principled action. Learn more at: https://openspaceworld.org/wp2/what-is/

This session will help you take steps in this journey, from wherever you are. The action that matters most is moving forward and building the bridge to a more inclusive world for our children. 

Come take your next step with us in March! We look forward to seeing all of you!

Presenter Biographies
Catherine Maryse Anderson:
Catherine is a former PPS teacher, facilitator, and life long learner in Portland, Maine. She is an adoptive and biological parent of Black and biracial teenage sons, and a champion of public schools.

Erica King: Erica is a Policy Associate at the USM's Muskie School of Public Service. Much of her work has focused  on promoting gender and racial equity and data driven practices across justice and education settings. She is also a parent to biracial children.