March 05, 2022 at 1:00pm - 2:30pm Eastern Time (US & Canada)
The Truth(ed) campaign centers student voices around the need for honest curricula that represent students of color and other marginalized identities — it demands that our leaders put truth in the center of our classrooms in order to give us the best education possible.
Across the country during and after the 2021 election cycle, we have seen misinformation and harmful rhetoric spread about conversations about race in the classroom. On the national landscape, we are hearing that these elections have been about education, and yet they are actually about removing information from our classrooms. This campaign serves to shift the narrative around our curriculum and make it clear to those in power that students are calling for truth in our education.
During this module participants will:
- Understand the importance of research actions in campaign strategy
- Understand the importance of agitation in research action meetings
- Learn how to Identify the self-interest of allies and opponents on an issue
Case Study: Roleplay research action with local officials on the topic of CRT