California’s Arts, Media, and Entertainment (AME) educator community is committed to recognizing and eliminating racism in our classrooms, schools, and communities. We are also focused on developing culturally aware content creators who will work to increase representation and build sensitivity to issues around race in the creative industries. But what are the specific tools and resources that will support us in this work? And how can we build strategic alliances and engage in meaningful dialogue with other teachers in our disciplines about building an anti-racist AME pathway?
Please join us for a special CA-AME-EO and SEADAE professional learning event for Arts, Media, and Entertainment teachers. We will begin with a panel of speakers, addressing the ways you can identify bias and racism in your curriculum and materials, align your pathway with an anti-racist perspective, and use your creative classroom to combat racism and systemic inequalities. After the panel, we will break up into discipline-specific discussions for conversations that address anti-racism in your AME pathway.