Affinity Space: African American/Black Male Educators
This is a one 1 day event- Thursday, October 14, 2021 at 6:30pm-8:00pm

The goal of this affinity group session is to connect, support, and empower African American/Black male educators in Connecticut. Our mission is to cultivate a safe space for male educators who identify as African American or Black to have authentic and open conversations and affirm their unique experiences and identities. Support staff, teachers, administrators, district-level members, and other members of the school community are all welcome to attend.

Location: Web, Online Course
Topic: Diversity, Families
Registration Link: Click Here
Single-Day/Multi-Day: Single-Day
Featured Event: Yes
Cost: No Fee
Grade Level: Birth-21
Presenters: Malik Champlain, Eben McKnight, Dwight Sharpe, SERC Consultants

Content Info: For content questions, please contact Malik Champlain, SERC, champlain@ctserc.org.

Registration Info: For registration questions, please contact Emma Velasquez, SERC, (860) 632-1485, ext. 218 or velasquez@ctserc.org.

Audience: PreK-Grade 12: Educators, Families, Community Members and Students who identify as Black/African males