Tuesday, April 13th at 2pm ET / 11am PT

Come learn about the achievements of Black male students and leaders while acknowledging and discussing racist practices and oppressive systems that threaten our collective humanity. Engage in courageous conversation around white supremacy and racism in schools, including the effects of institutional, implicit and internalized racism, and how we can work together to change the narrative and the outcomes for Black boys in K-12 education.

Join us for an expert Q&A with a district leader from Shelby County Schools (TN), a current student of SCS, and Murdock LLC (IN) to hear about:

  • Building a radically improved education system, one where every Black student thrives
  • Understanding the importance of Black male role models for Black boys 
  • Learning about the achievements of our panelists and the systemic changes they've made for Black students in education

Expert Panelists: 

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Anthony Murdock II, Founder of Murdock LLC (IN)



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Dr. Michael Lowe, Chief Equity Officer, Shelby County Schools (TN)


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Justin Crutcher, Student Voice Expert, Shelby County Student (TN)



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Abraham Diop, Client Success Manager, Panorama Education