Loyola panel celebrates new book, addresses race issues in education
Loyola University Maryland will hold “Black Educators and School Reform: Looking Back and Moving Forward,” a panel discussion celebrating the publication of Not Paved For Us: Black Educators and Public School Reform in Philadelphia by Camika Royal, Ph.D., associate professor of urban education at Loyola’s School of Education.
When: Thursday, Oct. 6, 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Where: Loyola University Maryland
4501 N. Charles Street
The panel discussion, also available online, will address the struggles and triumphs of Black educators in the shifting political nature of school reform. Panelists include Gloria Ladson-Billings, pedagogical theorist, anthropologist of education, and professor emerita at the University of Wisconsin; Sabriya Jubilee, the first chief of the office of equity for the School District of Philadelphia; and Tanefa Wallace, Baltimore City educator. Vanessa Dodo Seriki, associate professor at Morgan State University, will moderate the panel.
“Black Educators and School Reform: Looking Back and Moving Forward” is part of the Equity in Education event series sponsored by Loyola’s Center for Equity, Leadership, and Social Justice in Education, School of Education, and Office of Equity and Inclusion.
To RSVP or learn more about the event panelists, parking, and shuttle service, visit the event webpage.