“I Don’t See Color” & Unintended Consequences – Dr. Carolyn Strong; Cultural Responsiveness Summit May 21!

1-DAY VIRTUAL SUMMIT — COMING FRIDAY, MAY 21

When educators say “I don’t see color,” they are usually well-meaning. But Dr. Carolyn Strong says ignoring race or ethnicity can be detrimental. Dr. Strong will present a breakout session entitled Bias and Microaggression in the Classroom at the Cultural Responsiveness Virtual Summit on May 21st.

Watch Dr. Carolyn Strong explain how some statements about “color blindness” can translate into microaggressions.

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