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CLD CENTRE FOR LEADERSHIP AND DIVERSITY

WEBINAR

ADDRESSING ANTI-BLACK RACISM IN EDUCATION

OISE Black Faculty in Conversation

Webinar

Addressing Anti-Black Racism in Education

Panelists: Professors, George Dei, Lance T. McCready, Andrew Campbell, Ann E,. Lopez, Njoki N. Wane

Moderator

Janelle Brady

Link to Recording 

https://play.library.utoronto.ca/94620a5d967da25ba8d3e6c015028707

Webinar

 

 

WEBINAR

ADDRESSING ANTI-ASIAN RACISM DURING THE PANDEMIC

Amy Fung, Author Carleton University

Henry Yu, UBC

Hijin Park, Brock University

Rose Torres, Ryerson

Phoebe Kang, Graduate Student, Educational Leadership & Policy Program, OISE

https://play.library.utoronto.ca/0652065c25b2d209b60157df7398a448

Webinar

 

December 11, 2019

Professor Joseph Flessa

Meet and hear from OISE's Professor Joseph Flessa on December 11th, 12:00-1:00 pm, OISE, Room 6-272. Learn about research on educational leadership from international contexts. Click here to view pictures of Professor Flessa's presentation.

 

November 05, 2019

Leadership for Social justice and Equity in Education:  Focus on School Leaders’ Everyday Work

The Centre for Leadership and Diversity hosted its first Speaker Series on November 5th, 5:00- 7:00 pm, in the Nexus Lounge. The seminar brought together school leaders from across the GTA who explored what it means to lead for social justice and equity in Ontario. Our first series was an inspiring session. Click here to view pictures of the School Leaders' seminar.

 

October 10, 2019

The Centre for Leadership and Diversity Meet and Greet

An opportunity to learn about the Centre and enjoy a tasty selection of seasonal Ontario grown snacks and coffee. This is a great opportunity to get involved. Faculty, staff, and students are welcome! We hope to see you there!

 

April 6, 2019

AERA Division A Vice Presidential Session: Anti-Oppressive Leadership in a Time of Rising Nationalism: Implications for Research and Preparation.” 

The session, developed in collaboration with the Center for Leadership and Diversity, OISE reflects the Division’s commitment to learning from the “place” and “people” of the host city. Since Canada and the USA are undergoing similar political and cultural upheavals, it is important to hear how different perspectives, stances, and communities inform the ways we prepare school leaders and advocate for/with schools and children. 
 

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