Why are CRT and Privilege pushing buttons around the country? We have all seen the headlines, the videos and the pictures of parents outraged that their children are being taught to hate their country. Are teachers really doing this? Are they bringing Critical Race Theory (CRT) and privilege into our classrooms? Are 3-year-olds really being taught CRT as one parent recently claimed? What exactly is CRT and what is privilege? What do they have to do with our schools? What are our children being taught? Join us as Dr. Sangeeta Gupta, Mariah Hayden, and Crystal Morris demystify CRT and privilege. Let’s have a real and open conversation.
Registration for the Event will Close at 9 am EST the morning before each session.
There is no charge to join the discussion, however sessions are limited to the first 100 registrations. You will receive an email no later than 48 hours before the event with a link to the session. Discussions, presentations, breakout sessions and Q & A will be 1.5 hours.
About the Presenters:
Crystal Morris, MS, CTRT-E, is the founder and CEO of One Caring Adult Inc in Port St Lucie, Florida. She uses her resilience-focused approach to helping organizations understand and mitigate the debilitating impacts of trauma by cultivating equitable and inclusive environments.
After earning her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, with a minor in Criminal Justice and Sociology, Mrs. Morris began her professional career with the Florida Dependency Court System. There she saw firsthand the link between adverse childhood experiences, psychological and physiological health. Since then, Mrs. Morris has completed her Masters in Science in Counseling through Capella University and has served as an Educator in Miami Dade and St Lucie counties, Mental Health Counselor, and a Non-Profit Director in Florida’s Treasure Coast. She holds certifications as a Professional Diversity Coach, Emotional Intelligence Practitioner, and is pursuing her Associate Certified Coach credential with the International Coaching Federation.
A proud Jamaican American, Mrs. Morris celebrates everything that represents her cultural roots and is rooted in family. She incorporates anecdotes of her daughter Elle and sons Daniel and Caleb in every presentation.