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Illuminating Conversations: How Books Can Help Us Talk About Identity, Diversity and Bias
Don’t miss this timely webinar for elementary and middle school parents, guardians, caregivers and educators. Presented by, ADL’s Director of Curriculum and Training, Jinnie Spiegler, this webinar will demonstrate how books can help children explore their identity, understand differences, and consider actions they can take to challenge bias and advance inclusion. Participants will leave with resources and tips for having illuminating conversations with children about identity, diversity and bias.
Sponsored by: the West Hartford Parent Community Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Groups

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ADL is dedicated to providing a safe, inclusive and respectful environment for its virtual programs. We do not condone any forms of bias, harassment, or intimidation. This conduct includes, but is not limited to, language and behavior that intimidates, attacks, or threatens someone and/or their work; language and behavior that is vulgar, obscene, and abusive; name-calling; taunting; and/or any conduct referencing or directed at an individual or group that demeans that person or group on the basis of their identity including race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, immigration status, etc.

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Apr 27, 2022 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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