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Next workshop: Facilitating Youth Narratives: Representation and Resistance

 

February 5th from 12:00pm to 2:00pm

How are children and teenagers in our communities seen, and how else can they be encountered, represented and heard? How might young people take the lead in re-imagining and re-negotiating the inequities that have become naturalized in our environments, and in what ways are they already resisting injustice in powerful ways? In this workshop, we will share and discuss pedagogical tools and activities for supporting young people in creating and sharing narratives that dismantle, counter, and push aside prevailing representations of youth. We will look at ways that we, as educators and researchers, can facilitate youth meaning-making, self-representation and resistance in our communities. And how we can listen to, and learn from, how young people understand themselves and their worlds. 

Sara Kendall is a Co-Director of Kite's Nest, a learning center for children and teenagers in Hudson, NY. She is also am M.A. student in Concordia's INDI program.

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