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Teaching As Activism: On the Rights of Young Learners and Our Responsibility as Educators (Dr. Mariana Souto-Manning)

Thu, Apr 11 5:00pm-7:00pm
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Faculty Dining Room – 8th Floor
695 Park Ave.
NEW YORK, NY 10128 United States
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Dr. Mariana Souto-Manning – The 2019 Elise C. Tepper Education Fellow – will be facilitating her second interactive keynote on April 11, 2019. The title of her talk is Teaching As Activism: On the Rights of Young Learners and Our Responsibility as Educators.

The event starts at 5:00 p.m. and goes to 7:00 p.m. It will be held at the Hunter College 68th Street Campus, West Building, 8th Floor Faculty Dining Room

About Dr. Souto-Manning

Dr. Souto-Manning is a Professor of Early Childhood Education and Teacher Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. From a critical perspective, Professor Souto-Manning’s research examines inequities and injustices in early childhood teaching and teacher education, (re)centering methodologies and pedagogies on the lives, values, and experiences of intersectionally minoritized people of color.

Dr. Souto-Manning will deliver a keynote address. Following her talk, audience members will have the opportunity to engage in roundtable discussions to share ideas and build alliances to promote equity and justice work in educational and community settings.

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