Due to physical distancing and current restrictions, ADL New York/New Jersey has launched a webinar series called Conversations for Change. The topics offered are designed to provide you with tools, resources, and information to be equipped and empowered, to lead by example and support the next generation’s development.
Below is information and resources from our recent webinars. We encourage you to continue to visit this page as new webinars and additional information will be added on a regular basis.
REGIONAL WEBINAR INFORMATION
Youth Impactors Engaging in Activism
We hope you were able to join the first webinar in our Conversations for Change series, Youth Impactors Engaging in Activism. Our youth is our future—they have the desire, energy and idealism to do something about the injustice they see in the world, and are powerful agents for change. If you have any questions or want to learn more about ADL Education’s programming, please contact us by using this form. To assist you on your journey in being an ally for social justice, provided below is a list of non-ADL and ADL resources.
Statistics Referenced During the Webinar
- Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Pregnancy-Related Deaths
- Global, Regional and National Levels of Maternal Mortality
- Criminal Justice Fact Sheet
- ADL NY/NJ Education Website
- 10 Ways Youth can Engage in Activism
- Table Talk: The Purpose and Power of Protesting
- Six Ways to be an Ally
- List of Non-ADL Books and Podcasts for Anti-Racism Learning
- Black in 518, on Facebook and Instagram: A platform to amplify the voices and experiences of BIPOC students, alumni, parents, staff and faculty in school systems across the Capital Region
- African American History: From Emancipation to the Present, a free course from Yale University
Race and Membership: The Roots of Systemic Racism in U.S. Schools
We hope you were able to join ADL NY/NJ and Facing History and Ourselves for the Race and Membership: the Roots of Systemic Racism in U.S. Schools. You can find the webinar recording here. If you have any questions or want to learn more about ADL Education’s programming, please contact us by using this form.
- Teaching about Racism, Violence, Inequity and the Criminal Justice System
- Exploring Solutions to Address Racial Disparity Concerns
- When Perception and Reality Collide: Implicit Bias and Race
- Experiences with Race and Racism
- Race Talk: Engaging Young People in Conversations about Race and Racism
- How Should I Talk about Race in My Mostly White Classroom?
- Race and Racism Children’s Literature
For additional children’s literature on issues of identity, bias and bullying, please check out ADL’s Books Matter.