LiteratureDiversified hosts virtual meetings and webinars with our teams to discuss important public policies impacting education, minorities, and underserved communities. You can send us your contact info below to participate or listen to one of our webinars on social justice, advocacy, and diverse education.
LiteratureDiversified is hosting a webinar in partnership with HiStory Retold on the importance of classroom diversity, and our panelists will explore how educators can approach sensitive topics in a way students of color feel respected and comfortable. Speakers will include Duke Robertson Scholar and affirmative action advocate seen on ABC World News, Bunmi Omisore, Incoming Freshman at Columbia and Economics Researcher Luke Freed, Stanford Political Science and Sociology Student Dean Wiley, and incoming Harvard freshman, Gabrielle Mitchell-Bonds.
We will hold the webinar featuring our guest speakers on August 20, 2023. If you are an educator or student interested in using our webinar to learn more about inclusive teaching methods to foster a more positive classroom environment, sign up to receive a recording of our webinar below!
Following Anti-Asian hate, mass school shootings, and countless political incursions threatening American equality following the Covid-19 Pandemic, it is essential that we discuss topics on racism, colorism, and anti-LGBTQ+ sentiment in our country. In response, LiteratureDiversified will be holding a webinar to address issues in America as we attempt to foster a society that is more diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Guest speakers will be announced soon.
LiteratureDiversified will be holding our Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Town Hall on November 12, 2023. If you are an educator or student interested in using our webinar to learn more about how you can work to foster a more diverse and inclusive environment in your community, sign up to receive a recording of our webinar below!