NW Conference on Teaching for Social Justice

 2019 Northwest Conference on Teaching for Social Justice:
Rethinking Our Classrooms, Organizing for Better Schools

Saturday, October 19, 2019 — 8:00am – 4:30pm

Seattle, Washington

NWESJ Linda Workshop | The Zinn Education Project

Linda Christensen presents a workshop to social justice educators.

Teachers, teacher educators, and community activists are invited to immerse themselves in a social justice teaching environment at the 12th Annual Northwest Conference on Teaching for Social Justice.

Two women smile and pose in front of a mosaic of the Earth

Nina Sethi and Gabby Arca, teacher presenters at NWTSJ.

The keynote speaker is Barbara Madeloni, education coordinator for Labor Notes, and past president of the 117,000-member Massachusetts Teachers Association, where her presidency was based on union militancy, grassroots democracy, and a commitment to racial and economic justice. The title of her talk is “Why Social Justice Educators Need to Be Union Organizers.”

In addition to the keynote, the day is full of idea-rich, inspirational workshops (including many from Zinn Education Project contributors); a resource fair of community and social justice education groups; and lively conversations.

The conference will be held at Chief Sealth International High School.

Visit NWTSJ.org for more information.

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