A key practice in SEED seminars is sharing our personal stories to illuminate systems of privilege and oppression. I am reminded of this every year as we approach Passover, the Jewish holiday in which we share the story of gaining our freedom from slaveryâand encourage ourselves to keep working for the freedom of all people even today. This year, as our world is swept up in a crisis like no other, these themes seem more important than ever.
We're happy to announce our eighth ReSEED weekend for previously trained SEED leaders, to be held April 12 to 14, 2019, in Seattle, Washington! We invite you to join us at ReSEED to revisit, renew, recharge, and recommit to working for a more just community.
ReSEED 7 Participants
Guest author and SEED Leader Evelyn Gilliam writes: "I taught Multicultural Studies at Ladue Middle School with Ladue School District (St. Louis, Mo.) when I did this project. I am currently an Instructional Facilitator with the Ritenour School District (St. Louis, Mo.) and I continue to use SEED themes and information in doing equity professional development during this (14-15) school year."