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Virtual Book Launch with Peter T. Coleman of “The Way Out: How to Overcome Toxic Polarization”

Please join us Tuesday, June 1, 2021 from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. for a virtual book launch with Peter T. Coleman, author of “The Way Out How to Overcome Toxic Polarization”. Author and professor Dr. Peter T. Coleman will discuss his decades-long research on toxic polarization, how and why we are so stuck currently, and what we can each do to ‘unstick’ ourselves and our communities. He will>>>

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Behind the Screen | Combating Microaggressions in the Workplace

Microaggressions are brief, commonplace slights that can be intentional or unintentional, which communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative attitudes towards marginalized group members. Cumulatively, they can often lead people to feel overwhelmed, depressed, or anxious. While many people are working remotely, microaggressions have not disappeared. In this webinar, Dr. Gina Torino (Ph.D>>>

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The First Step: Strategies for Lowering Anxiety in English Language Learners with Sarah Creider

Most educators who work with language learners are aware of the prevalence of student anxiety — and of the ways that it can impede learning. However, teachers are not often given the tools to respond appropriately. Indeed, many teachers are faced with a catch-22, where the goal of promoting student confidence directly conflicts with institutional goals such as test preparation. This workshop>>>

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2021 Winter Roundtable Keynote: Roxane Gay, the recipient of the 2021 Social Justice Action Award

The 38th Annual Teachers College Winter Roundtable Roxane Gay: The recipient of the 2021 Social Justice Action Award. Roxane Gay is an author and cultural critic whose writing is unmatched and widely revered. Her work garners international acclaim for its reflective, no-holds-barred exploration of feminism and social criticism. With a deft eye on modern culture, she brilliantly critiques its ebb>>>

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The Ritual – Matters

Original Composition/Performance Selected by Downbeat Jazz Magazine

Songwriter/Guitarist – Philippe Clément (BM ’22)

Personnel:
Stéphane Clément – Trumpet
Vittorio Stropoli – Piano/Keyboard/Synth
Nolan Nwachukwu – Bass
Miguel Russell – Drums

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MEDALIST SERIES: IN CONVERSATION WITH THE RECIPIENTS OF THE 2020 MEDAL OF DISTINGUISHED SERVICE

To view closed captions in a separate web browser, go here: On Tuesday, April 27th, Prof. Mahzarin Banaji will be in conversation with TC Prof. Caryn Block. Harvard psychologist Prof. Banaji is the creator of the Implicit Attitude Test, which has enabled 17 million people to become “the people they mean to be” by identifying, measuring and changing biases they have formed as a result of “the>>>

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Dangerous Religious Ideas: The Deep Roots of Self-Critical Faith in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

Scholar and author Rabbi Rachel S. Mikva of Chicago Theological Seminary discusses her book, Dangerous Religious Ideas: The Deep Roots of Self-Critical Faith in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. In Dangerous Religious Ideas, Rabbi Mikva argues all religious ideas are dangerous—not only those we might consider extremist, but even those that stand at the heart of faith. Because most religious>>>

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Engaging Youth Climate Activists

    Recognizing the 2021 Earth Day theme to “Restore Our Earth”, hear from student voices, the New York City Department of Education, and TC’s Center for Sustainable Futures on how to engage youth as agents of restoration and change on the global climate stage. Speakers will examine questions of what motivates youth to mobilize, provide diverse perspectives on addressing and supporting>>>

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Session 4 Description: Call to Action: A Conversation with Leaders and Decision-makers

During the past year, the Capitol riot, vulnerabilities revealed by the coronavirus pandemic, and renewed calls for racial justice have vividly shown that trust in our nation’s democratic institutions and values has worn thin. The fabric of our democracy is clearly in need of repair. Teaching civic readiness in K-12 education is key. The New York State constitution requires schools to prepare all>>>

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Session 3 Description: Igniting Youth Civic Action: Making a Difference In and Out of School

The future of this nation is in the hands of our youth. Their success requires our support. We must have faith in their ability to take actionable steps and make real change. This webinar will highlight youth voices as they illustrate the powerful civic action that New York students have been engaging with, as well as encourage educational stakeholders to advocate for equitable civic preparation.

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Symposium Welcome & Introduction

Full program notes:

Teachers College Welcome: Thomas Bailey, President
Arnhold Institute Welcome: Jody Gottfried Arnhold (M.A. ‘73)
Arnhold Institute Symposium Introduction: Barbara Bashaw, Ed.D., Executive Director & Arnhold Professor of Practice
Creating a Better World Co-Sponsor Introduction: Ted Warburton, Ed.D., Senior Fellow

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Judy Raymond: Beryl McBurnie’s Dance of Discovery

Full program notes: Alumna Recognition: Stephanie J. Rowley, Provost, Dean & Vice President for Academic Affairs Introduction: Stephanie J. Rowley, Provost, Dean & Vice President for Academic Affairs Guest Speaker: Judy Raymond, M.A. Q&A Moderator: Barbara Bashaw, Ed.D. Executive Director & Arnhold Professor of Practice Doctoral Student Representatives: Katrina Brown-Aliffi>>>

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Mary Ann Laverty: Charles H. Williams and the Hampton Institute Creative Dance Group

Full program notes: Introduction: David Sadowsky, Assistant Director Guest Speaker: Mary Ann Laverty, Ph.D. Q&A Moderator: Ted Warburton, Ed.D. Senior Fellow Doctoral Student Representatives: Carol Garcia and Laila Sales Go Down Moses (1935) Reconstruction and Artistic Direction: Dr. Mary Ann Laverty Music: Go Down Moses, arranged by Noah F. Ryder and sung by the Hampton Institute Junior>>>

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