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ReSEED 10 for Trained SEED Leaders: Apply Now for Spring!

We're happy to announce that ReSEED 10 will be April 24-26, 2020 in Seattle, Washington. For over 30 years, SEED’s theory of action has consisted of individual reflection and development, interpersonal communication and relationships, and systems analysis and change within communities, organizations, and institutions. With this model in mind, we have developed our ReSEED trainings for experienced SEED leaders as a chance to revisit, renew, recharge, and recommit to working for a more just world.

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SEED Staff to Present at People of Color Conference

Going to the National Association of Independent Schools People of Color Conference December 4 to 7 in Seattle? Join SEED Associate Director Motoko Maegawa and SEED Staff Members Patricia Matos and Stephanie Carrillo for their sessions--and for a SEED social gathering. 

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Welcome to the 3rd Session of Our 33rd Year!

Today we welcome 60 participants to the third session of the 33rd year of SEED New Leaders Week. They will spend their time immersed in a variety of SEED materials and methods in preparation for leading their own SEED seminars -- a group of individuals who meet regularly to learn about themselves, interact with each other across identities, and develop strategies for greater equity and diversity in their local settings.

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— Cheryl Robinson, Supervisor, Office of Minority Achievement, Arlington Public Schools, Virginia

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