What does it mean to be anti-racist? How do you raise a socially conscious kid? Amber Coleman-Mortley will discuss how parents can better prepare children to tackle issues of racism, equity, and social justice; how parents can go on their own anti-racism journey; and the steps families can take to build stronger communities through anti-racist work.
About our speaker:
Amber Coleman-Mortley's work centers around elevating diverse voices and perspectives in the civic education space, working with students, educators, and parent communities for more equitable outcomes. She holds a B.A. in African American Studies from Oberlin College and an M.A. from American University in Media Entrepreneurship. A decorated three-sport varsity athlete, Amber continued her athletic passion as a P.E./Health teacher and varsity head coach at Sidwell Friends School for nine years. Amber discusses civics, K12 education, edtech, and family life at www.MomOfAllCapes.com and on her podcast with her daughters, Let's K12 Better. Her work has been featured in the LA Times, NY Times, The Washington Post, Smithsonian Magazine, and a variety of other broadcast, podcast, and online media outlets.