"Our purpose is to educate ourselves and our members about the many issues around inequalities and inequities in our world today. Once we begin the journey of learning, we can begin to find solutions to these inequities, both in ourselves and our own lives, and in the lives of those around us." 

- Amanda Scott, committee member 

For more information or to get involved, contact Sarah Markey. Email Sarah

Combatting Anti-Religious Bias: A Teachers as Activists Workshop

Thursday, April 25, 2019

8am-3pm
Davisville Academy | 50 East Court North Kingstown

Join 35 teachers and religious community members as they work to gain a deeper understanding of the Semitic religions (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) by participating in workshops that include history, background, and connections to current issues affecting religion in America. Designed to prepare teachers to discuss religious liberty and tolerance in our classrooms.

All day FREE workshop open to teachers from all levels/disciplines

Free Middle Eastern lunch
Substitute teacher stipend provided

Hosted by RI Teachers as Activists. More info

Sticks and Stones: Understanding Implicit Bias, Microaggressions & Stereotypes

Saturday, May 11, 2019

9am-1pm
NEARI HQ | 99 Bald Hill Rd. Cranston

Hosted by NEARI, Presented by NEA Center for Social Justice

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