This year the Black Caucus has scheduled both of its major sessions on Sunday.
Sunday, June 2 at 2 p.m.
Racial microaggressions: Redressing inequities for Black boys and girls in early childhood education
Place: Hyatt Regency Long Beach, Room Grand Ballroom A
In recent years, practitioners have become aware of the role that racial microaggressions have on learning, development, and success of young children. Participants will learn what microaggressions are and how they serve as a barrier to academic success for Black children. ECE counter-narratives will amplify strategies and practices that parents, teachers, and community advocates can use to reduce the prevalence of microaggressions.
Jerlean Daniel, University of Pittsburgh (Emerita)
Idara Essien, San Diego State University
Luke Wood, San Diego State University
Sunday June 2 at 7 p.m.
How Higher Education is an Obstacle Course for People of Color: A Panel Discussion
An equitable higher education system is a cornerstone for the further professionalization of the field. There is work to be done to create such a system. After hearing from a vibrant, thoughtful panel, participants will consider strategies to overcome the obstacles.
Sandy Baba, California Institute of Integral Studies
Cathy Grace, University of Mississippi
Johnna Darragh Ernst, Heartland Community College
Facilitator: Jerlean Daniel, University of Pittsburgh (Emerita)
Place: Hyatt Regency Long Beach, Room Seaview B/C
Looking forward to seeing you!
Co-Chair NAEYC Black Caucus
Stoney Beach MD