Gathering tools from Roots & Fruits Radical Love Methodology to talk with your children about topics of social justice
- Has the current political climate initiated conversations with your children that are difficult to navigate?
- Have your children asked questions about race that you are unclear on how to answer?
- Do your children share stories of unkind behavior that they have observed on the school bus or playground?
- Do you want to gather more tools to guide your child’s social, emotional, and identity development?
Join the Seeds Institute for a three-part workshop on how to engage with your children about topics of difference and social justice. Equip yourself with the tools to empower your children as successful change agents at school and in life.
Virginia Dearani is the Founder and Director of One Tree Center, which houses Roots & Fruits Preschool, Community Branches social justice arts programs, and Seeds Institute Trainings. She holds a Masters of Education with a concentration in Partnership and has been teaching for over twenty years in the field of peace and social justice education. Her work and unique pedagogy focuses on cross-cultural relations, anti-bias education, and violence prevention through art, honest discussion, and celebration of identity.
When: May 4, 11, 18, 2017
5:30 P.M. – 7:30 P.M.
Where: One Tree Center
72 MacArthur Circle East
South Portland, ME 04106
Cost: $120 for all three sessions. Includes child care for one child and light meals.
There is a $10/week fee for child care for each additional child.
Payment may be made by check, cash, or credit card.