Schooling After Stonewall
a panel with A Longoria, Instructor of Secondary Education, and community K-12 educators
Wednesday, May 22, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., Miller Hall 152
What are the experiences of LGBTQ+ youth today? How can we best serve the evolving needs of Queer identities in schooling? This vision-setting panel conversation will highlight current youth work and perspectives on what schooling should look like after Stonewall. This panel conceives of schooling broadly, with a particular emphasis on K-12 schooling. It will consist of educators, community organizers, and activists. A brief overview of the state of schooling today, including legal and policy developments and implications, will precede a moderated panel.
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