Citywide Training Calendar

See below for upcoming Citywide trainings that are open to the public. All trainings start at 9:00 am and end at 4:00 pm, including 1 hour for lunch.

TrainingLocationDateRegistration Link
Talking About Race in the ClassroomNew York CitySeptember 14, 2019REGISTER
Talking About Race in the ClassroomNew York CityOctober 24, 2019REGISTER
Talking About Race for ParentsNew York CityNovember 16, 2019REGISTER
Talking About Race in the ClassroomNew York CityNovember 21, 2019REGISTER
Talking About Race in the ClassroomNew York CityDecember 14, 2019REGISTER
A 2.5-Day Workshop for Facilitators Committed to Racial Equity in their SchoolsNew York CityJanuary 9-11, 2020
Talking About Race in the ClassroomNew York CityJanuary 11, 2020REGISTER
Talking About Race for ParentsNew York CityFebruary 8, 2020
Talking About Race in the ClassroomNew York CityFebruary 29, 2020
A 2.5-Day Workshop for Facilitators Committed to Racial Equity in their SchoolsNew York CityMarch 5-7, 2020
Talking About Race in the ClassroomNew York CityMarch 12, 2020
Talking About Race in the ClassroomNew York CityApril 4, 2020
Talking About Race for ParentsNew York CityMay 16, 2020
Talking About Race in the ClassroomNew York CityJune 11, 2020
Talking About Race in the ClassroomNew York CityJuly 9, 2020
A 2.5-Day Workshop for Facilitators Committed to Racial Equity in their SchoolsNew York CityAugust 20-22, 2020

TALKING ABOUT RACE IN THE CLASSROOM: A Training for Educators Committed to Racial Justice

Through this training, educators strengthen their analysis of how racism manifests in schools and classrooms, enhance their understanding of how racism affects children, practice utilizing tools to address race and racism with students, and gain strategies to support a school-wide culture of respect, equity, and inclusivity.


TALKING ABOUT RACE FOR PARENTS: Raising Children for Racial Justice

This training provides parents, guardians, and caregivers with strategies for how to talk about race and racism with their children. Participants learn how children see race, gain skills for approaching age-appropriate conversations with a racial equity lens, and practice strategies to promote positive racial identity development in children.