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How Can We Help Our Students Breathe
Virtual Panel Discussion
Partnered with TABSE
Webinar, June 6, 2020

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In This Webinar:

The disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on the Black community, and the repeated killing and harassment of Black people has been put on display for the world to see. 


Join a panel discussion led by TABSE (the Texas Alliance of Black School Educators) that will include the voice of our youth, law enforcement, and educators, address recent and past injustices, and give us insight about what we can do to act.

#helpstudentsbreathe

 

Short on time? Catch this 7 minute recap here:

Webinar Recap- 6620 TABSE panel

 

➡️ Watch the full webinar recording here:

Download the presentation slides here.

COVID-19 Webinar 6620- TABSE EE

 

Speaker Panel Information:

Moderated by: David Hardy, Managing Partner at Ed Elements


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Michael McFarland,

Superintendent crowley ISD, NABSE president

 

 


Rodney White-headshot

Rodney White,

Principal Ft. Worth

Anyna Wingate-headshot

Aniya Wingate,

Student- HS graduate 2020

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Aicha Davis,

State BOE Member

Darrick W. Eugene-headshot

Darrick W. Eugene,

Attorney Eugene & Associates

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Judge Joe Stevens,

Law Enforcement

Jamila Thomas Headshot

Jamilia Thomas

SVP, Big Brothers, Big Sisters

 

 

 

Additional Resources:

  • We're hosting several more webinars in the COVID-19 Webinar Series over the next couple weeks. Sign up here.
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