October 20th & 21st, 2023
Get ready to be part of something transformative!
Abolitionist Teaching Network is thrilled to announce our third annual conference. This dynamic event serves as a vital space for community building, political education, strategizing, and joy for educators, caregivers/parents, students, and activists navigating the present education landscape.
Our gathering embodies a space for envisioning possibilities, grounding ourselves in abolitionist strategies and struggles, and responding to current right-wing education campaigns. Rooted in historical context and guided by abolitionist principles, we aim to foster candid conversations with other abolitionists and freedom dreamers. To kick off the conference, we will be joined by the dynamic keynote speaker and ATN co-founder, Bettina Love. You will then have the opportunity to attend sessions curated to deepen your commitment to abolitionist teaching, empowering you to continue the legacy of collective movements for educational freedom. Follow our social media for additional panel details.
Your involvement in this conference will not only invigorate our mission but fortify the fabric of our collective efforts. Let's shape the narrative of education together, striving for a future where every Black, Brown, and Indigenous child experiences true liberation. Mark your calendars for October 20th & 21st, and join us in this journey towards education liberation!
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