Racial Literacy Roundtables (RLR) seek to foster open dialogue about race, issues pertaining to race, language difference, and sexual orientation, primarily among pre-service and in-service teachers across the college. Conceptualized as a peer-to-peer forum, RLRs hope to bring together students and faculty across departments to discuss the different topics.
Past RLR Event Information
Youth Voices through Digital Narratives by Alexandra Thomas
Collaborative Research and Action in Literacy Education by Noah Asher Golden, Ph.D.
Race and Body Matters in Teaching, Learning, and the Preparation of Teachers in Urban Schools by Esther O. Ohito
with and for Underrepresented Communities: A Conversation about Participation, Court-Involved Youth, and Humility by Tara L. Conley
Issues: Youth reading through the lens of race by Sonja Cherry-Paul
Using Multigenre to Enable Student Authorship and Classroom Publication by David Baksh
and Female in America? A Few Perspectives from Youth by Jessica Penn, Aichatou Nimaga, Lanasia McMillan, Janell Jones, Fatoumata Sankare, Ingrid Chung, and China Camacho from The Urban Assembly School for Applied Math and Science
Exploring Intersections and Experience by Jeffrey Garrett and Catherine DeLazzero
of Social Justice Education by Debbie Sonu