Come join People's Ed for our first wellness hike of the year! We'll be hiking Eaton Canyon Trail which is a 3.5 mile family friendly hike that leads to a 44ft waterfall! Meet us at 9am at the trailhead. Hope to see you all there!
This year's theme is, "Beyond Resistance, Beyond Rebellion: Creating Other Worlds", inspired by all the powerful work critical educators across LA are doing to re-imagine and humanize spaces both in and outside the classroom.
The keynote will be led by Stephanie Cariaga, a UCLA graduate student, sistarmaestra, teacher educator, and mother. Drawing from a range of frameworks - women of color feminist, trauma and healing-informed, and critical race theory - she'll be discussing the intersections of her work as a teacher and mother in developing healing-centered pedagogies.
20+ dope LA educators will be sharing their decolonial/social justice curriculum, with tangible takeaways and resources!
Interactive workshops on liberatory art-making, restorative justice, ethnic studies, yoga, herbal remedies and more!
Community healers and wellness practitioners will be demo-ing and providing their services on-site in our self-care rooms!
Community vendors will be selling books, healthy juices, aromatherapy, jewelry, and more!
Thursday, March 31st at 4:30 p.m. @ CADRE - Free Event - LAUSD Students will share stories about being randomly searched at School
"Nothing To Lose But Our Chains" Towards Racial Justice: A Panel on teaching social movement to incite collective action and maintain critical hope
The People’s Education Movement will host a panel to reflect to acknowledge and confront the recent assault on black bodies and people of color in and out of academic institutions. Through a diverse gathering of educational and community activists, we will continue to reflect on our practice to incite collective action and maintain critical hope.
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