As we're sure you're aware, there have been a large number of anti-racism protests in the United States. In the Secondary school, we want to make sure we're talking about and helping students process these historic events and learn what they can do to create a more tolerant world.
Our Student Support Services Coordinator, Dr. Angela Ingram, and our Grade 6-10 Design teacher, Naomi Chevannes, are going to host an anti-racism talk that's open to all Secondary students. They will share information about the Black Lives Matter movement, how to be an ally, and what it means to be anti-racist.
The talk is on Monday 8 June at 17:30, Lusaka time. We hope all students can join us in learning about what they can do to be anti-racist.
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