Let's Talk About It: Segregation & School Choice (Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Committee)

Starts:
12:00 pm on Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Ends:
1:30 pm on Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Location:
WED 423, 2 Silber Way
URL:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1M-MuvDNGi9kMaIxY6x8BO1mGC2KbUHCk_840rKfQsto/viewform?edit_requested=true
Let's Talk About It - EDI (formerly the EDI Book Club), would love to have you join us for our next conversation. Thank you to those who attended last time! We even had visitors from across BU who found us through social media. We'll be meeting BYO-lunch style (dessert's on us) throughout the year to have a casual conversations about books, articles, podcasts, and documentaries that cover topics where ED&I and education & human development intersect.

It's a great excuse to read, watch, or listen to that thing you've been meaning to check out, but haven't yet. #relatable.

Next Conversation:

What: How the Systemic Segregation of Schools is Maintained by 'Individual Choices' (NPR: Hannah-Jones).

Description: Journalist and 2017 MacArthur "genius" grant award-winner Nikole Hannah-Jones says that when it comes to school segregation, separate is never truly equal. Originally broadcast Jan. 16, 2017. 34-minute podcast (transcript included) Perfect for those holiday drives. Materials available via RSVP link, below.

Who: Your closest (and coolest) friends and colleagues