Recorded Webinar -Race Conversations at Camp
Lance Ozier and Chanika R. Perry
Non-Member: $20.00Your price
The deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and too many others are forcing the country to reconcile with the injustices that plague our systems. As camp professionals, it’s our job to give campers a place to talk about how racism affects their lives. ACA in partnership with Teaching Matters, is offering an exciting webinar for camp educators to discuss how to talk about racism in the camp setting. A camp's job is to teach and to help young people make sense of the world around them. Counselors and camp professionals must enable campers to become critical thinkers and leaders who can understand different perspectives with empathy. This is more important than ever. Talking about race with children is an essential component of summer and year-round camp programming.
By the end of the webinar participant will learn:
- Take Inventory of Your Own Biases
- Tailor Conversations to Age and Grade Level
- Integrate Race and Culture into Curriculum