Event: The Problematic History and Current Reality of Racist Mascots and Imagery

february, 2022

sat19feb10:00 amsat11:00 amThe Problematic History and Current Reality of Racist Mascots and ImageryIndigenous educator Judy Dow joins us to examine the history and reality of racist mascots and imagery, and talk about the implications and effects that they have on all students.10:00 am - 11:00 am Type of Event:Community

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Judy Dow is an Indigenous educator, with degrees in Education, Native Studies, and a Master’s in Teaching for Social Justice. Judy teaches throughout the ages and in countless places in North America. Judy is also the recipient of the 2004 Governor’s Heritage Award for Outstanding Vermont educator. She is currently the Executive Director of Gedakina. Gedakina is a multigenerational endeavor to strengthen and revitalize the cultural knowledge and identity of Native American youth and families from across New England, and to conserve our traditional homelands and places of historical, ecological and spiritual significance. Judy currently serves on the Vermont Natural Resource Council, The Vermont educational task force, and the Vermont Climate Change Ag. and Ecosystems sub-Subcommittee.

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(Saturday) 10:00 am - 11:00 am