Two outstanding arts and education thought-leaders joined us as keynote speakers:
Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum (president emerita of Spelman College, clinical psychologist, expert on race relations, and thought leader in higher education)
Idris Goodwin (multiple award-winning playwright, breakbeat poet, director, educator, and culturist)
Professional Learning Hours
The Alliance Theatre Educator Conference: Centering Justice offered up to 5 hours of real-time professional learning each day (10 hours of real-time professional learning total). Additionally, workshop recordings will offer up to 10 hours of virtual, asynchronous professional learning.
Participants who attended the Educator Conference in real-time and/or accessed workshop recordings may complete up to 20 hours of professional learning total. Following the event, participants receive a certificate to document the total number of professional learning hours completed.
Each conference attendees received a conference kit containing a Sketchbook, the Alliance Theatre’s ACTivism card game, and a copy of Do You Love the Dark?, an original picture book by Maya Lawrence with illustrations by R. Gregory Christie.
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