Friday, March 31, 2023 12:30pm to 2:45pm
About this Event
951 East Withrow St, Oxford, OH 45056http://MiamiOH.edu/Strippel ##socialjustice #humanrights #legislature'santiCRE #legislature'santiQ
How to Resist our State Legislature’s Anti-CRE and Anti-Q+ Initiatives
Part of the Across the Divide Conference
Leading Through Innovation and Creativity for Transformative Inclusion
The Robert E. Strippel Memorial Fund for Continuing Dialogue on Justice and Human Rights has over 40 years of experience facilitating critical social justice conversations on and off campus. Lisa Vahey, from Honesty for Ohio Education, will partner with the Strippel Memorial Fund Program to lead this interactive workshop. Workshop facilitator Vahey will educate participants on the school-related anti-CRE and anti-Q+ bills and laws currently active at the Ohio statehouse and will demonstrate how we can push back against these hate and harm-based initiatives.
Conference registration is open until March 24th, 2023.
Lisa Vahey is a former teacher & school leader and a co-founder of Honesty for Ohio Education. Honesty is a nonpartisan statewide coalition that champions honest education, affirmation of identities and cultures, and local control in education. The coalition serves as a centralized source for the education, advocacy, resources, and partnerships necessary to protect honesty in education across Ohio. Born from a grassroots effort of committed Ohioans, Honesty for Ohio Education proudly represents students, families, educators, advocacy organizations, legal professionals, researchers, policy experts, and faith groups.
Jacqueline Daugherty is the Chair of the fund committee for Miami’s own Robert E. Strippel Memorial Fund for Continuing Dialogue for Justice and Human Rights. Strippel has worked for over 40 years to support and develop social justice leadership on campus and in the Oxford community. She is also an Associate Teaching Professor in the Western Program for Individualized Studies, and she directs the Western Center for Social Impact and Innovation. She is a native Ohioan and a sociologist with teaching and research interests in inequality, gender/sexuality, and project-based learning.
Sponsored by the Robert E. Strippel Memorial Fund for Continuing Dialogue on Justice and Human Rights in partnership with Global Initiatives' Center for American and World Cultures, and the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion.
To request accommodations (i.e. sign language interpreters, captioning, materials in alternative formats, etc), please contact the Miller Center for Student Disability Center at (513) 529-1541, 7-1-1 (TTY=TDD), at least 2 business days prior to the event to ensure the smooth delivery of services.
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