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WDMESC: Confronting Anti-Asian Racism in Communities and Classrooms (Zoom) Speakers: Dr. Linda Hasunuma, Center for the Advancement of Teaching, Temple University & ShaRonda Love, MPH, Director of Arkansas Minority Health Commission



The novel coronavirus known as Covid-19 has illlustrated forcefully how events in East Asia shape the rest of the world. This four-part online workshop brings together leading experts on Asia
from around the country to provide essential context on the origins of Covid-19, the response to
the virus, its impact on Asian-American communities, and the future of U.S. – China relations.

Speakers: Dr. Linda Hasunuma, Center for the Advancement of Teaching, Temple University & ShaRonda Love, MPH, Director of Arkansas Minority Health Commission



Important Session Information:


Benefits for our Educators!

• $50 Stipend for teachers who attend all workshops and an additional debriefing

• Up to 5 hours of Continuing Education Credit

• Classroom resources that speak to our contemporary moment

• Eligibility to apply for NCTA Travel Funding

Registration for this session has ended

Session ID:
431042
Credits Available:
(1) Hours
Seats Filled:
14 / 20
Fee:
$0.00
Contact Person:
Teresa Lee
Instructor(s):
Dr. Zachary Smith
Audiences: 
5-8, 6-12
 
Date Time Location
10/15/2020 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Wilbur D. Mills Education Service Cooperative - Wilbur Mills Co-op - Virtual Training


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