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What does it mean to be an American? This year Winsor teachers and students are exploring this complex question in several Winsor courses-from Class I to Class VIII. Our first Parent Network of Diversity Forum of the year will provide us all with an opportunity as individual adults and parents to mirror our students' education and delve into this relevant and timely question.
We hope to explore these prompts and more:
- Who gets to decide who is an American?
- Who gets left out? Why?
- How do we, ourselves, define being American?
- What does the media tell us about who Americans are?
- What does this question mean at Winsor? Why is it important?
- What are privileges that come with being American and how can we use our privileges to help others?
We hope to walk away with practical tips for talking with one another and our daughters about some of these questions and more.
PA/PND Committee for the Parent Forum:
Eman Ansari, mother of Danah (Class III) and Leanne (Class VII)
Candace Cheatham, mother of Mya (Class VI)
Matthew Gibson, father of Lillian (Class VI)
Ann Glynn, mother of Madison (Class III) and Abigail (Class IV)
Kamau Karanja, father of Sora (Class IV) and Hana (Class VII)
Itayi Mungah, mother of Maita Mungah (Class V)
Dorothee Rozenberg, mother of Sarah Albert-Rozenberg (Class VII)
Alicia Rivera and Jose Romero, parents of Veronica Romero-Rivera (Class III)
Georgia Simpson, mother of Jaire Mai (Class III)
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