Ivory A. Toldson, a professor of counseling psychology at Howard University, and a leader in education policy has a new book out: “No BS (Bad Stats): Black People Need People Who Believe in Black People Enough Not to Believe Every Bad Thing They Hear About Black People.”
In the book, he addresses myths about Black students and debunks with them data and logic. He will be sharing a keynote about his book and his research to the A+ Colorado community in a free webinar at 4 p.m. on April 7, followed by a panel of Black education leaders in Colorado.
This event is co-hosted by Emerge Counsel, a law firm founded by Steve Weigler. Steve will be donating Dr. Toldson's book to the first ~100 people who sign up for the webinar who opt-in to receive a free copy.
It's additionally co-hosted by Dr. Annette Sills-Brown and The Education Center (TheEduCtr), which provides educational outreach to homeless and transitional housing parents & children.
A+ Colorado is an independent, nonprofit organization committed to ensuring every Colorado student can access an excellent education.
Find out more info about this event and Dr. Toldson's work here: https://apluscolorado.org/blog/ivory-toldson-webinar/