Educator Antiracism Conference Day 3

Educator Antiracism Conference Day 3

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Join us for a conversation with scholars and innovative educators who will share the latest research and insights on DEI in education.

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Conference Link

Conference Day #3-August 13, 2022


Passcode: 492700

Or Telephone: US: +1 312 626 6799 or +1 646 931 3860 or +1 929 205 6099 or +1 301 715 8592 or +1 346 248 7799 or +1 669 444 9171 or +1 669 900 6833 or +1 253 215 8782

Webinar ID: 832 6366 5259

Passcode: 492700

Our conference will always be free to educators, however, we would appreciate any help to keep our nonprofit going so we can bring a conference and high quality antiracism resources year after year.

*ASL Interpretation will be available

Clock Hours/ Professional Development Points/ College Education Units

College Education Units (CEUs)

.5 CEUs are equal to 5 hours of work. You must attend two sessions and submit a small reflective assignment.

1 CEU is equal to 10 hours of work. You must attend four sessions and submit a small reflective assignment.

Certificate of Completion

Completion will be verified by American University in Washington DC.

Your CEU hours (5 or 10 hours) will be noted on your certificate for districts to convert into their systems, whether professional development points/ clock hours/etc. 

You will also be given a verified badge that can be used on Linked In


The cost of CEUs are $33 for 1 CEU, $23 for .5 CEU, paid to American University.

Educators for Antiracism is offering scholarships to cover this cost to the first 200 attendees who request it. Scholarship recipients will be notified by July 29th.

Registration for CEUs

Registration is now open for College Education Units. Register at

Schools and Districts

If your school or district would like to recognize attendance to this event for educators to automatically award professional development points, you can request a record of sign-ins specific to your school or district. Educators from your school or district will be prompted to sign in when they attend a session. You can also register as a group.

For more information, email us at

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Where is the Zoom link?

There will be a zoom link here and a zoom link emailed to you 1 week before the conference and again 1 day before the conference

Will the session be recorded?

Yes, however since this nonprofit is run by full-time teachers, it may take months for the recordings to be uploaded. You can find prior sessions on our Youtube page:

How do I get clock hours/ professional development points/ college education units?

Register at

Are clock hours/ professional development points/ college education units free?

There is a small administrative fee of $33 for 1 CEU and $23 for .5 CEU. We will have scholarships available to the first 200 to request them.

What if I just want a completion certificate and no college credits?

You should still register for the College Education Units because American University is verifying your completion.

How many times should I register for the College Education Unit?

You only need to register once for the College Education Units Certificate, even if you are planning to attend multiple days of the conference.

How many times should I register for the conference?

You should register for each day you plan to attend. When you register for the conference, you will only be given the zoom link for the days you register. For example, if you register only for day 1, you will not be given the zoom link for day 2 or day 3--only the zoom link for day 1, so if you want to attend day 2 and day 3, register for those conference dates as well.

Have more questions? Email us at

Terms and Conditions
By clicking on the link to participate in the online seminar hosted by Educators for Antiracism, Inc. (“EFA”), and/or by participating in such seminar in any manner, whether observing, speaking, or otherwise, and in consideration of EFA’s granting permission to me to participate in such seminar without cost to me, I voluntarily agree and confirm as follows:
1) I will act and speak in a courteous and respectful manner to the seminar leaders and the other participants at all times; I will not use disrespectful or inappropriate language; and I agree to follow requests and instructions from the leaders so that they may provide information and lead discussions in such a way as to maintain a respectful exchange of ideas and perspectives at all times.
2) I am not joining or participating in the online seminar for an improper purpose, which includes for the purpose of intentionally disrupting the seminar or treating any leaders or participants in a disrespectful manner.
3) EFA has the right to terminate my participation in the online seminar at any time and without warning for my failure to maintain standards or for any actions or conduct by me which a leader deems inappropriate or incompatible with the purposes of the online seminar.
4) I will voluntarily leave the online platform immediately if I am requested to do so by a leader when, in the sole discretion of that leader, my conduct is abusive, disrespectful, or made for the purpose of disrupting the seminar; that I may be removed from the meeting without warning if I do not do so voluntarily when requested; and if so removed it is without recourse and without EFA’s permission to return to the seminar.
5) I voluntarily release from liability and waive any and all claims against EFA and its officers, directors, employees, agents, or representatives (collectively, “EFA”), that arise or may arise out of my participation in the online seminar in any way, and I agree to indemnify and hold EFA harmless for any and all damages of any kind or type that result from my participation therein.
6) I am at least 18 years of age, or if I am under the age of 18 years I have permission to participate in in the seminar in accordance with the above terms by my parent or legal guardian, and that my parent or legal guardian voluntarily agrees to the release and indemnification terms in paragraph 5 above on my behalf and on their own behalf.

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