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Challenging Anti-Immigrant Bias in Schools
Join us for the first webinar in the series: Challenging Anti-Immigrant Bias in Schools and Society.


From the many stories shared person-to-person and online, survey data, incident reports and the daily news, we know that anti-immigrant bias is on the rise in schools and society. Join us to learn more about how anti-immigrant bias shows up and the impact that it has on our students and their families. Explore promising practices for creating more welcoming and inclusive learning environments for students who are immigrants and for challenging anti-immigrant bias.

Moderator: Abeer Shinnawi, Program Lead at Re-Imagining Migration

Luma Mufleh, CEO and Founding Director of Fugees Family, Inc., a nonprofit organization that uses the power of soccer, education and community to empower refugee children
Annie Ortega, Director of Education, ADL Los Angeles Office
Douglas Handy, Executive Director, Department of Equity, Baltimore County Public Schools


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