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Local 764 21 Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge: Day 8.

Posted on September 6, 2020

Welcome to Day 8! 

  • Dr. Nicole Evans (she/her) is the Executive Director of Urban Education and Student Engagement at Harris-Stowe State University in St. Louis, MO. Her work at an HBCU centers around preparing future educators and building partnerships with school districts with an eye on social justice.
  • Faybra Hemphill (she/her) is the Director of Racial Equity Capacity at Forward Through Ferguson and is also an Embracing Equity facilitator. Faybra specializes in next practices of growing capacity for the successful development of anti-bias, antiracist institutions.
  • Camille Nandi Young (she/her) is a believer, mover, and dreamer whose years of classroom and life experiences have made her deeply passionate about empowering young minds and uprooting white supremacy. After participating in Embracing Equity’s in-person workshop, Embracing Identity, and Embracing Disruption, Camille is excited to continue her partnership with Embracing Equity as a facilitator and collaborator.
  • Daisy Han (she/her) is the Founder/CEO of Embracing Equity and is currently a very pregnant expecting mama! She works in deep partnership and solidarity with activists and co-conspirators to disrupt systemic racism in education and loves innovating new ways of learning and schooling with racial justice at the core. 
  • Katie Kitchens (they/them/she/her) is an Embracing Equity curriculum designer and facilitator who is currently pursuing their Ph.D. in Educational Studies at Chapman University. They hope to explore racial identity development in white children. Katie is committed to striving to uproot white supremacy in herself, community building, and working in solidarity toward liberation.

Day 8:

Our Liberation Is Bound Together (Embracing Equity)
Dr. Nicole Evans, Faybra Hemphill, Daisy Han, and Katie Kitchens

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