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Come to SEED Workshops at the White Privilege Conference

SEED will be offering two different workshops at the White Privilege Conference in Louisville, Ky., next week, facilitated by Co-directors Emmy Howe and Emily Style and Associate Directors Jondou Chase Chen and Gail Cruise-Roberson. We hope you'll attend to learn more about SEED's unique approach to equity work, or to refresh your skills if you're already a SEED leader or seminar participant.

If you can't make the workshops, you can simply stop by our exhibit table to say hello!

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See SEED at the NAIS Conference

Going to the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) Annual Conference February 25-27? Make sure to stop by the SEED exhibit table and say hello to Co-Director Emily Style, Associate Director Gail Cruise-Roberson, and Staff Member Pat Badger. Learn more about what SEED is and what its impact has been within the independent school community, or say hello to old friends and find out what's new with SEED in its 29th year.

Date: February 25-27
Place: John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Conference Center, Boston, Mass.
Table: 1012

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SEED Associate Directors Jondou Chase Chen and Gail Cruise-Roberson at NAME 2014

SEED at the NAME Conference

"Dismantling Fronteras through Multicultural Education" was the theme of the recent 24th annual NAME (National Association for Multicultural Education) conference held in Tucson, Arizona. The gathering brought together over 300 educators from elementary schools, high schools and universities who are committed to educating for empowerment and social justice. SEED presented a session on "Curriculum as Window and Mirror," a concept first developed by Co-director Emily Style to show how students need to see their own stories, as well as those of others, throughout their education.

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