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Holding Sovereignty in My PWI (Network & Fellows)
February 19 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
In anti-racism work and in creating racially affirming environments, there is an unstated pressure on educators that asserts, “This is all on you”. This session invites educators to examine how to simultaneously acknowledge this pressure, name where the structure is upholding systems of oppression, and also care for our quality of life. While caring for our quality of life we do this by supporting educators to show up in their fullest humanity for students and their families.
Note: Primary session content will be delivered in English. Interpretation is available and can be requested in the registration form. If this is something you’d appreciate, please register by Feb 5 so we can plan ahead.
Guest Speaker for Holding Sovereignty in My PWI
Speaker Jimmy Snyder is a PhD candidate in the Critical and Sociocultural Studies in Education program in the College of Education at the University of Oregon. He is a citizen of the Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas. His research interests are teacher education, Indigenous studies, social studies education, and anticolonial and Indigenous education. He is a 2009 alum of the UO Sapsik’ʷałá Native teacher graduate program. Jimmy also has a history degree from the University of Kansas and over twenty years’ experience working in tribal communities (in tribal college and reservation schools). He has taught high school social studies on the Kickapoo and Navajo reservations.