11/2/19 ANNUAL DINNER Featuring Enid Lee-

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Date(s) - Nov 2, 2019
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Location
Peace United Church

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Please NOTE: As of 10/22/19, the Dinner is SOLD OUT. Contact Anita@rcnv.org if you’d like to be added to a waiting list in case of cancellations. There is still room for the PROGRAM ONLY.

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Resource Center for Nonviolence ANNUAL DINNER featuring Enid Lee “Marching with Martin and Beyond for Justice, Joy & Generosity”

SATURDAY, November 2, 2019,

Peace United Church, 900 High St., Santa Cruz

  • Social Hour/silent auction: 5-6pm

  • Gourmet Vegetarian Dinner by Eileen Balian and friends: 6:00pm

  • Program with Enid Lee, 7:00PM+-.

Scroll down to learn more about Reservations and our speaker Enid Lee.

TICKETS/RESERVATIONS:

ADVANCE RESERVATIONS REQUIRED.

* PROGRAM only $10 – 25 sliding scale.  Tickets still available.  

* SOLD OUT:  INDIVIDUAL reservation;  $50 – 99 sliding scale:  

* SOLD OUT: HOST: Supporter (1) 100- $200 Sliding scale.  

*SOLD OUT: HOST: Partners (2)  $200 – 300 Sliding scale:  Reservation for TWO.  

*SOLD OUT: TABLE HOST: $350 – 500 sliding scale.  

* SOLD OUT: HOST: Sustainer $550 – 1000 or more:  Reservation for 4 to 8 .  

* Scholarship Donation– Any amount.  I cannot attend. Use my donation as a scholarship for young people or families. 

We truly appreciate your support!  Call 831-423-1626 for more information.


About Enid Lee:

Enid Lee Director of Enidlee Consultants Inc

Enid Lee consults internationally on equitable education, “putting race on the table”, moving professional educators and young learners to recognize racism, to develop the capacity and courage to challenge racism and other forms of oppression
and to work for social justice. Her publications include Letters to Marcia: A Teachers’ Guide to Anti-Racist Education,
Checking and Changing My Systems for Equity and “Anti-Racist Teaching” in the Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education.

Enid Lee is an anti-racist professional development specialist, leadership coach and writer. She consults internationally on equitable education and supports educators in preparing all students to create and experience a world with greater justice, joy and generosity.

She is an educator, scholar/practitioner and writer. She began her joyful journey as a teacher on the Caribbean island of Antigua five decades ago where she spent her formative years. She has also taught in Canada and the United States. Enid has consulted internationally on anti- racist and equitable education for the past 25 years. She has been a researcher at the Center for Language Minority Education and Research, California State Long Beach; visiting scholar at the New Teacher Center, UC Santa Cruz; adjunct faculty in the Department of Educational Leadership, San Jose State University; and instructional and leadership coach with  a focus on educational equity in numerous schools, schools districts and county offices of education.

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Posted in Community, Nonviolence, Overcome Racism.

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