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    Safe Place To Talk
    Posted on 01/20/2016

    Safe Place to Talk About Race and Racism

    Have you witnessed racism and want to talk about it? Do you feel like you’ve been treated unfairly because of your race or culture? Do you have a question about race or a culture you are unfamiliar with?

    If you answered yes to any of those questions or just want to talk about race or racism, please find one of the following Equity Committee Members:

    Sade Brown, Language Arts Teacher, Room 125

    Larenn Dixon, Class of 2016

    Jennifer Hall, SPED Teacher, Room 141

    Eryn Johnson, Class of 2016

    Marguerite Jones, Special Education IA, Room 143

    Tovah Fairshot, SPED Teacher, Room 226

    Brian Fitzgerald, SPED Teacher, Room 148

    Rebecka McKinney, Language Arts Teacher, Room 133

    Sarah Moges, Librarian, Library

    Meron Mulu, Class of 2016

    Claret Ruiz, Class of 2016

    Paula Tortorice, SPED Teacher, Room 143

    Your identity will be confidential to the extent possible and information will only be shared with members of the Equity Committee for further action.