Dena Simmons, EdD
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Dr. Dena Simmons is an activist, educator, and student of life from The Bronx, New York. She is the founder of LiberatED, a liberatory approach to social and emotional learning (SEL) that centers radical love, healing, and justice. She writes and speaks nationally about social justice and culturally responsive and sustaining pedagogy as well as creating emotionally intelligent and safe classrooms within the context of equity and liberation. She is the author of the forthcoming book, White Rules for Black People (St. Martin’s Press).
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Youth Led multi-racial affinity group
In-Person Session
This session will create a safe space for people who identify as multi-racial. It will be a place to tell your story and hear others stories. There will also be time to hear from young people about what they wish they had in their schools to feel safe. (Healing/Justice)
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