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05-05-2021
05-05-2021
1:00 pm
3:00 pm
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Non Data System
R.E.I.D (Race, Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity) and Restorative Justice
In this two-hour interactive workshop, participants will examine the impact of racism, inequity, and exclusion on the learning environment and learn how to develop safe spaces to have courageous conversations using the RJ circle process. These circles combine ancient practices and modern procedures to focus on essential relationships and listening. Connecting in a circle allows for communicating, healing, and genuinely understanding experiences and dynamics around systemic racism and its connection to equity, inclusion, and diversity. Participants will review and clarify definitions of important/relevant terms such as racism, systemic racism, bias, prejudice, and explore culturally relevant pedagogy.

Visit RestorativeDC.org/events to explore all restorative justice programming including, PD topics, skills and planning sessions, offered throughout the Fall by Restorative DC in collaboration with OSSE. Participants will receive two professional learning units (PLUs) for full participation in each session.
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Jessica Dulay Jessica.Dulay@dc.gov
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  381 In this two-hour interactive workshop, participants will examine the impact of racism, inequity, and exclusion on the learning environment and learn how to develop safe spaces to have courageous conversations using the RJ circle process. These circles combine ancient practices and modern procedures to focus on essential relationships and listening. Connecting in a circle allows for communicating, healing, and genuinely understanding experiences and dynamics around systemic racism and its connection to equity, inclusion, and diversity. Participants will review and clarify definitions of important/relevant terms such as racism, systemic racism, bias, prejudice, and explore culturally relevant pedagogy.

Visit RestorativeDC.org/events to explore all restorative justice programming including, PD topics, skills and planning sessions, offered throughout the Fall by Restorative DC in collaboration with OSSE. Participants will receive two professional learning units (PLUs) for full participation in each session.
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