It's a pleausre to invite you all to join in the ninth annual edition of Seuls en Scène, Princeton French Theater Festival, entirely virtual this year! Seuls en Scène introduces American audiences to contemporary French theater and takes place annually, in September, on the Princeton University campus. It is curated by Florent Masse, Director of L'Avant-Scène and Senior Lecturer in the…
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A workshop for all parents and caregivers committed to social justice:
How do we have conversations about race or racism with our children?
This training provides all parents, guardians and caregivers with strategies to effectively address issues of race and racism with their children. Through interactive activities and dialogue, participants will learn how children see race, and gain skills for approaching age-appropriate conversations using a racial equity lens. They will also practice strategies to promote positive racial identity development in children, including addressing misconceptions about race and reversing unconscious racial bias.
Saturday, December 2nd, 2017
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM at The Language and Laughter Studio
Please note: the event will be held if enrollment threshold is met, otherwise you will be reimbursed. The Language and Laughter Studio is subsidizing all tickets.
This training is provided by Border Crossers.
The Language and Laughter Studio is a progressive French and Italian language school located in Boerum Hill, on Nevins and Bergen St.
To reach us via Subway:
F/G to Bergen Street.
2,3,4,5 to Nevins Street.
A,C, G to Hoyt/Schermerhorn Str.
D,Q, 2,3,4 to Atlantic Ave.
LIRR to Atlantic Ave.