Voices & Perspectives: Black Women Leading the Discourse on Black Lives
To support ongoing conversations within the UCI School of Education, a panel of educational leaders share insights regarding equity, racial injustice, Black Lives Matter, K-16 education, motherhood, and hope. Panelists will contextualize and individualize “Black Lives” from a lens that only they can provide, with the goal of heightening awareness and agency. Please join us for this special event.
Friday, February 19, 2021
4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. PT
Zoom Virtual Webinar
Registration is free and required

During this webinar, audience images will not appear on the screen.
  • Dr. Adaina BrownSuperintendent, Local District West - Los Angeles Unified School District

  • Dr. Cathy Creasia Director of Accreditation and Credentialing, USC Rossier School of Education

Co-Hosted By:
Coordinator, MAT + Credential
Multiple Subject Program
Coordinator, MAT + Credential
Single Subject Program
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