Kay Munoz, CT Hispanic Democratic Caucus
Alex Rodriguez, Save the Sound
Edwin Vargas, CT House of Representatives
Diverse Latino groups have rallied over the last century and a half to seek civic and political inclusion. They have made progress, but the fight for complete and equitable participation continues. Their political and civic engagement has increased along with the Latino population.
In this first online session of the series, Latino activists will share their journey that helped guarantee greater political and civic inclusion in our state.
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