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COVID-19 has posed many challenges for students, teachers, and our education system. Join us for a discussion on the history of education & racial inequality in the US, the impacts of COVID-19, and how equitable education connects with economic justice. The voices of frontline movement leaders, like our panelists, are critical.
Panelists include Merrie Najimy, President of the Massachusetts Teachers Association, Shira Cohen, teacher & member of the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers, and Letha Muhammad, Director of Education Justice Alliance. The panel was be moderated by Shana Turner, UFE board member and community engagement facilitator.
This is the second episode of our new webinar series, “Voices for Fair Economy.” Through this series we will bring in powerful movement leaders from around the country to speak on critical topics in these rapidly changing times. By uplifting these voices, we are supporting an economy that works for everyone, not just the wealthy few.
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