Webinars

Learning for Justice webinars offer helpful guidance and great ideas from our experienced teaching and learning specialists and from innovative educators in the Learning for Justice community. Watch these FREE on-demand webinars at your own pace and share them with colleagues!

The Color of Law

Join Learning for Justice and Director Maureen Costello as we explore the role of U.S. segregation in everything from housing to employment to wealth accumulation—and the policies that made it all happen. Tune in to learn why the “bootstraps theory” doesn’t hold up and gain some useful tools for your classroom practice.

Latinx History Is Black History

This webinar will clarify the confusion between race and ethnicity, provide a historical primer on Afro-Latinx identities and review resources for teaching Elizabeth Acevedo’s poem “Afro-Latina.”

What Is White Privilege, Really?

What is white privilege, anyway? And do we really need to teach about it? Join former Teaching and Learning Specialist Stef Bernal-Martinez and anti-racist educator and scholar Ronda Taylor Bullock for this interactive, research-rich opportunity to explore white privilege and help you create a more racially just classroom and community.

Equity Matters: Understanding Equity Literacy

The final webinar in the Equity Matters series will address how to move from a deficit-based approach to an equity-literacy framework for meeting the needs of students and families experiencing poverty.
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Equity Matters: Engaging Families Through Home Visits

In the second Equity Matters webinar, educators will discuss family engagement as one of many keys to student success. Find out how to implement home visits as a way to effectively and positively interact with students, families and communities.
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Welcome to Learning for Justice—Formerly Teaching Tolerance!

Our work has evolved in the last 30 years, from reducing prejudice to tackling systemic injustice. So we’ve chosen a new name that better reflects that evolution: Learning for Justice.

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