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2021 NYS My Brother's Keeper Symposium - Day 1 Breakout Room 5

Thursday, April 29, 2021

Breakout Room #5
Cultivating Genius: An Equity Model for Young Men
Dr. Gholdy Muhammad

In this session, Dr. Muhammad clearly defined culture, equity, anti-racism, and Culturally and Historically Responsive Education (CHRE) to help educators understand the concept of culture more deeply and engage in self-identity work. The facilitator also introduced educators to the CHRE model of culturally and historically responsive education and the power of education among communities of color in the United States. The session ended with practical considerations for writing equitable lesson and unit plans and engaging others.