The recent death of Ma’Khia Bryant was not only heartbreaking but another reminder of the work educators and communities must do to make Black girls matter. Join this panel of experts and educators as they discuss both challenges and opportunities to ensure Black girls are seen, validated, and treated with dignity in schools and beyond. Panelists will offer rich perspectives and strategies that center and humanize Black girls.
This FREE event is geared toward educators and school leaders and is open to the public.
Stay tuned for a follow up conversation: Listening to the Voices of Black Girls in Columbus, OH and Beyond: A Community Call to Action. Speakers TBA
Video on YouTube
Moderator and Panelists
The Ohio State University College of Education and Human Ecology
Professor, Higher Education and Student Affairs and Chair, Department of Educational Studies
Principal Leadership Coach at Columbus City Schools
Coordinator, Educational Equity at Westerville City Schools
The Ohio State University
Associate Professor, Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies
Foster Youth Intern at the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute