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Join RE-Center to #AntagonizeInjustice at our second annual Racial Justice Conference (RJC24) in Hartford, CT and VIRTUALLY on June 7, 2024.

#AntagonizeInjustice at RE-Center Race & Equity in Education’s Racial Justice Conference 2024 (RJC24). A particular type of vigilance and coalition building is required in this critical time of continued attacks on equity and racial justice work. Through shared space, we will co-conspire to demand that individuals, districts, and organizations RE-commit to the pledges made in 2020, after the execution of George Floyd, now in 2024. Join us in-person or virtually for an invigorating day with a livestream panel, livestream keynote from Dr. Bettina Love (with book signing to follow), and workshops with virtual options!

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Keynote Speaker

June 7, 2024
Dr. Bettina L. Love
Dr. Bettina L. Love

Dr. Bettina L. Love is the William F. Russell Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University and author of the New York Times bestseller Punished for Dreaming: How School Reform Harms Black Children and How We Heal. In 2022, the Kennedy Center named Dr. Love one of the Next 50 Leaders making the world more inspired, inclusive, and compassionate. A co-founder of the Abolitionist Teaching Network (ATN), whose mission is to develop and support teachers and parents fighting injustice within their schools and communities, she has overseen over $250,000 in grants to abolitionists around the country. She is also a founding member of the Task Force that launched the program In Her Hands, one of the largest guaranteed income pilot programs in the U.S., which has distributed more than $15 million to Black women living in Georgia. Dr. Love is a sought-after public speaker on a range of topics, including abolitionist teaching, anti-racism, Hip Hop education, Black girlhood, queer youth, educational reparations, and art-based education to foster youth civic engagement. She is also the author of the bestseller We Want To Do More Than Survive. Dr. Love has also provided commentary for various news outlets including NPR, PBS, Washington Post, The Daily Beast, Time, Ed Week, The Guardian, and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.