A VIRTUAL EVENT COLLABORATION WITH
BCSSA AND THOUGHTEXCHANGE
Putting the “Anti-Racism”
DE&I has been an area of focus for many school districts over the past few years, but the interplay of the pandemic, lack of access, and systemic racism reveals the need for Anti-Racism work. But what’s the difference between Anti-Racism work and DE&I, and how do education leaders galvanize their districts for this critical step in ensuring equity?
Please join us for a conversation with Karen Craggs-Milne, Head of Anti-Racism, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at ThoughtExchange, on Tuesday, October 19. The focus of the discussion will be learning about a holistic approach to DEI work and how organizations can use the four-part Conscious Equality Framework developed by Karen to identify risk and gaps in their existing DEI strategies.
It’s a must-attend session for B.C. education leaders who are engaged in DE&I work!
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Growing up in a multi-racial home in Kenya ignited Karen’s passion for anti-racism, diversity, equity and inclusion from a young age. Over the last 20 years Karen has worked globally, advising governments, corporations and NGOs on how to “get equality work right”. Karen embodies incredible depth and breadth of experience and genuine openness, warmth and compassion. Her favourite saying is “Conscious Equality is not just about what we DO, it’s about who we ARE and how we show up in our everyday lives”. Karen lives in Toronto with her husband, their three hockey kids and their 5 pets. Karen loves photography, traveling, practicing reiki and organizing healing circles during the full moon.