Youth and The Resistance Panel
2400 3rd Ave #200
Seattle, WA 98121
How do you talk to your students, children, and youth, about the impacts the current administration’s policies have on their lives and experiences? Come to our free panel and discover what administrators, educators, and parents are doing to inform youth and help them build tools to speak out and contribute in their own way. Panelists will discuss what parents are observing, what schools can do to broach these thorny topics with young people, and how we might work with students to aid in the resistance.
This panel is part of a spring quarter course entitled “Educating for the Resistance,” developed by the School of Education at Antioch University Seattle. The course explores the many ways people can contribute to the resistance and stay vigilant to ever-changing policies that effect our lives, climate, and economy.
Youth and the Resistance Panelists
- Diane Beall: Founder, Restore Northwest—an anti school-to-prison-pipeline advocate and Restorative Justice-based community organization
- Wanda Billingsly: Senior Lecturer, Antioch University Seattle
- Carlina Brown-Banks: Family Engagement Manager at the Community Center for Education in Auburn School District
- Barbara Casey: Principal at The Center School—Alternative Art/College Prep Option High School in the Seattle Public Schools. Instructor, Antioch University Seattle.
- Denise Daniels: Assistant Director of Equity, Outreach, and Engagement in the Auburn School District
- Rita Green: Seattle King County NAACP
- Shomari Jones: Director of Equity, Bellevue School District
- Kate Sipe: 3rd grade teacher, Green Lake Elementary. Instructor, Antioch University Seattle
- Khadijah Toms: Board member, Open Doors for Multicultural Families. Washington State Family Support, Culture and Disability trainer for TASH, an organization whose mission is to provide equity, opportunity, and inclusion for people with disabilities.