2021 Teachers as Scholars: Racial Equity in the Curriculum, Thursday, 20 May

On Thursday, 20 May 2021, thirteen CTI Fellows presented their curriculum units on topics related to racial equity developed in past CTI seminars. Along with these thirteen teachers, Dr. Terza Lima-Neves, political scientist at Johnson C. Smith University, and 2020 Seminar Leader for the CTI Seminar, “Black Girl Magic (Mis)Understood: Representations and Perceptions of Black Women and Girls in the Education System” shared her insights into the transformative experience of leading a CTI Seminar. More than 80 area educators joined the virtual event to hear more about what teachers learned in these seminars, and how they adapted racial equity research into classroom lessons. Read more about the event and find links to the Fellows’ curricula here.

“Black Girl Magic (Mis)Understood” Seminar Fellows and Seminar Leader Terza Lima-Neves meet virtually in October 2020.