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Promoting Racial Justice and Equitable Practices in our Educational Structures

Apr 08, 2024 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Virtual Conversation about Racial Justice in our Educational Structure

Sponsored by the Department of Education and the PhD in Educational Leadership

Monday, April 8 at 7 p.m.


This event is free and open to the Springfield College community and the public.

In 2023, College Student Educators International (ACPA) developed a report, titled “Campus Racial Justice and Decolonization Expectations Project.” The concepts presented in this report are relevant for leaders across our K-12 and higher education institutions. The report states, “Racism, colonialism, and injustice are systematic in our educational structures. However, educational institutions as structures alone do not make or enforce policy—individuals do. Therefore, the work we must do at the individual level to improve ourselves will ultimately make our institutions more equitable environments.”

Join us for an engaging conversation about ACPA’s 3×3 possibility model that situates the ongoing work at the individual, group, and systems level into categories of awareness or learning, internalization or action, and sustainability or concretization.

Report Authors and Presenters


Danielle Morgan-Acosta, PhD, Past President of ACPA and Associate Dean of Student Success at Clark University

Laura Arroyo, EdD, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Transitions and Academic Partnerships at University of Colorado Boulder

Kathleen Neville, EdD, Associate Professor and Program Director, PhD Educational Leadership at Springfield College

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April 8
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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263 Alden Street
Springfield, 01109
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