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Professional Development Sessions “Planning & Implementing Equitable Structures & Systems” at Cesar Chavez High School Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C. July 2011 & August 2010
Sermon “Becoming An Active Ally,” Congregation Rodeph Shalom New York, NY June 2011
Mentor Support Session “Navigating The Progressive Gap” Urban Word New York, NY January, 2009
Professional Development Sessions “Becoming a More Equitable Educator” for AIM High, Oakland & San Francisco CA June, 2007 & 2008
Presentation at 4th Annual New Leaf Conference Liberating Minds…Liberating Society, “Are We Too Black for Brown?: The impact of Brown vs. Board of Education on Black Student and Teacher Achievement” Los Medanos College, Pittsburg, CA November, 2006
Presentation at the Urban Education Expo, “Leading Through Coaching for Educational Equity” Miami, FL November, 2004
Presentation at the African American Studies Conference “Saviors and Scapegoats: Meeting the Social and Academic Needs of Black Students in an Achievement Gap”, Macalester College. Minneapolis, MN February, 2004