Register for the 2nd Annual Washington State Ethnic Studies Assembly on June 27 from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m. Hosted by Washington Ethnic Studies Now (WAESN), learn how to advance anti-racist education and ethnic studies in your classroom.
WAESN is a non-profit dedicated to advancing anti-racist education and ethnic studies in our state and beyond.
The assembly will take place virtually and feature:
- Washington State NAACP Youth Council
- Dr. Curtis Acosta, a former teacher in the Tucson Raza Studies Program, which is the only program in the nation to close academic outcome gaps.
Registration is free and closes on June 20. Learn more about WAESN on their website.