ANTI-RACISM - Accountability, Allyship, and Anti-Racist Action

During this presentation, we will be facilitating discussions around:

 - Exploring power and privilege within our education system

 - Examining how privilege influences pedagogy and practice

 - Shifting perspectives: why being ‘colourblind’ is not enough 

- Supporting students, staff, and community (performative versus authentic allyship) 

 - Fostering an inclusive classroom environment (identity & diversity) 

- Anti-racism and the curriculum: lesson ideas and resources for Grades K-7 

- Amplifying BIPOC voices, diversifying our libraries, and decolonizing our bookshelves 

Target Audience


To Bring/Important Notes

Please bring: 

- a pencil

- a piece of paper


8:45 AM - 10:14 AM ONLINE

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  • Lochdale Community School
    Danielle Ramen

    Danielle and Kim began working together five years ago at Lochdale Elementary School in Burnaby, B.C on the unceded and traditional territory of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.  With a shared passion and desire to cultivate and implement a curriculum that is truly representative and respectful of the students they teach, Danielle and Kim have created a number of social justice units and lessons to help their fellow educators facilitate challenging and necessary conversations in both their classrooms and school communities. As the SOGI and Social Justice leads, they have facilitated a number of school wide initiatives to help change perspectives around race, class, gender, and ability. They are both currently completing their Master’s of Education in Leadership and were elected to the Social Justice Committee for the Burnaby Teachers’ Association from 2020-2022.

  • Kim Ward