Mark your calendars and prepare to join us for MSEA’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration and Racial Social Justice Summit on Saturday, January 14. This year’s theme is I am Somebody! Leading the Change for Equitable and Just Schools, Communities, and Beyond. This one-day combined event will convene educators, students, community members, and experts to celebrate Dr. King’s legacy, recognize award winners, and provide engaging workshops that further our work for racial and social justice for students and educators.
Workshop topics will cover the various intersections of the racial and social justice spectrum. The cost for the event is $10 for members and children, $20 for non-member attendees. There will be morning workshops and afternoon workshops that bookend the Dr. King Celebration from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Individuals will be able to choose what segments they wish to attend. The costs are the same for any level of attendance. Registration for this event will open soon.
Call for Proposals: 2023 MSEA Racial Social Justice Summit
The call for session proposals for the 2023 Racial Social Justice Summit (RSJS) is open! We’re seeking presenters to share, discuss, and train on topics relevant to MSEA members, their schools, and their communities. We are looking for sessions that cover the various intersections of the racial and social justice spectrum. Please note that this year the RSJS is being held in conjunction with the MSEA Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration. Click here for the RFP. The deadline for proposals is December 2.