YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO CONNECT
ROOTS OF INCLUSION EVENTS
Upcoming Webinar - August 24, 2020
2:30 - 3:30 PM (PDT)
Disability Teaches Us:
Listen to and Learn From Youth
Learn from disabled student storytellers from WA and work in solidarity for disability justice.
ABOUT THIS EVENT
Two years ago, The Washington State Governor's Office of the Education Ombuds (OEO) and Rooted in Rights launched a student storytelling series and learning resources focused on advancing disability history and pride in Washington State in K-12 schools.
Join us for a student panel of some of our former storytellers to hear how you can act in solidarity with disability justice to improve schools and communities, especially during this time of global change in racial justice and COVID responses. Our student panelists will be: A.J. Gammons-Reese (they/them), Kenassa Sarka (he/him), and Anna Orht (she/her).
If you'd like to know more about The One Out of Five Project, please visit: https://oeo.wa.gov/en/education-issues/one-out-five-disability-history-and-pride-project
This event will be online. You will receive the Zoom link upon registration. We will be recording and live closed captioning the panel. If you need additional accommodations, please reach out to OEO by 8/19: email@example.com.
This event is sponsored by OEO, PAVE, and Roots of Inclusion.
1 free clock hour available for educators.
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Your Opportunity to Take Action
Legislation Impacting Students
A Call to Action
There were several bills being introduced in the Washington State Legislature this 2020 Session.
You can find information about the legislation at our
SEL for Washington project website
Roots of Inclusion is sharing information with our community through
"A Call to Action".
You can find links to those documents below.