Please join No Bully for a free, anti-racism virtual, live workshop on Thursday, January 28th at 4pm PT (PST)!
Systemic racism exists throughout our society, our communities, and our schools. Discrimination and racial bias against students of color begins as early as pre-school and no school is immune to it. Change will come when we can talk about racial inequities and be strong allies in the fight for inclusion and equity, so all students can achieve their full potential.
Please join No Bully for a free, anti-racism virtual, live workshop on Thursday, January 28th at 4pm PT (7pm EST). In this training for educators, administrators, and mental health professionals, we will explore topics like white privilege, implicit bias, and discuss how racism shows up in education, and what actions we each can take to bring about much needed change.
Melissa Schulz is a results-oriented leadership and development trainer and certified executive coach with over 25 years of experience in managing, coaching, mentoring, training, and presenting. In addition to training and coaching for No Bully, Melissa leads trainings on sexual harassment and discrimination prevention, creating inclusive work cultures, unconscious bias, and a variety of leadership topics for many organizations.
David Reid has been a trainer and coach with No Bully for two years. Prior to joining No Bully, David worked for the National Headquarters for Boys and Girls Clubs of America as a violence prevention administrator where he distributed grants to Clubs and trained staff. In addition to his work with No Bully, David provides educational support to schools in Metro Atlanta and facilitates Racial Justice workshops at colleges and universities in Georgia.
This event is completely free, registar to receive the Zoom link!
(Thursday) 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
No BullyProgram Manager, Hannah (firstname.lastname@example.org)