CRLP-CLU Webinar Series Celebrate all Voices Spring 2021 - Session IV

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#USvsHate - Celebrate all Voices

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Join CRLP UC San Diego regional director, Sarah Peterson as she and a team of guest speakers from the #USvsHate initiative give you a look into what #USvsHate is about.

#USvsHate ("us versus hate”) is about embracing inclusion and justice for all in our diverse schools and society. Our messages insist publicly that all people are equally valuable. #USvsHate is also a collective action project to counter bigotry and create safe and welcoming schools. #USvsHate has two aims:

1) Support youth empowerment through the creation and amplification of anti-hate/pro-inclusion public messages

2) Support teachers in responding to the increase in hate and harassment through facilitating anti-hate/pro-inclusion lessons

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Learn about this empowering student voice initiative’s impact to date, resources for classroom use on the website, how to participate and get your students involved, and dialogue with past/current participants.

Zoom Meeting ID will be emailed to all participants 24 hours prior to event, but also can be found below. Please copy & save once registration has been completed -- Meeting ID: 944 5019 4397 -- .

Please email Clarissa White at c3white@ucsd.edu with any questions or concerns.


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Organizer California Reading and Literature Project, UCSD

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California educators deserve opportunities for professional learning that are commensurate with the responsibility of educating a diverse student population.

The mission of the CRLP is to provide high-quality, standards-aligned professional development in reading and language instruction to ensure that every California K-12 student achieves the highest standards of academic performance.

CRLP belongs to a network of nine discipline-based professional development projects collectively known as the California Subject Matter Projects (CSMP).

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