LCPS Minority Student Achievement Advisory Committee - MSAAC

MSAAC is striving to ensure that the LCPS community is culturally competent and provides fair and equitable instruction to all LCPS students.

Widening the Lens: A Conversation with Beverly Daniel Tatum - Educational Leadership

An interview with Beverly Daniel Tatum, author of _Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?_

[email protected]?" target="_blank">[email protected]? Educators need to ensure that students of color see themselves as part of the picture, says the renowned psychologist and author.

Annual Book Festival

Who wants to attend the National Antiracist Book Festival, here in D.C. on April 27? Check out the list of authors who will be presenting: Ijeoma Oluo, Jason Reynolds, Robin DiAngelo, Jacqueline Woodson, and so many more! Annual Book Festival

Here is a community event sponsored by the Loudoun County government Multicultural Advisory Committee. Space is limited and registration is required. Hope to see you there!

What was it like to participate in the 1965 Selma Voting Rights March? This first-hand account is perfect for upper-elementary and up.

Educator Programs | Virginia Museum of History & Culture

The Virginia Museum of History and Culture hosts the Weinstein Properties Teacher Institutes 2019. The focus is African-American history in Virginia. Develop strategies for incorporating primary sources and historical thinking skills into your lessons. Learn about the different programs offered for teachers at the Virginia Historical Society.

Why We Can't Afford Whitewashed Social-Emotional Learning

"Strategies for Teaching Fearless Social Emotional Learning" How does LCPS address the intersection of Social-Emotional Learning and #Equity?'t_Afford_Whitewashed_Social-Emotional_Learning.aspx Our young people are growing up in an increasingly complex world—one where our own citizens commit terrorist acts against their fellow countrymen and women. Hate-fueled violence against black and Jewish Americans this past fall was a particularly terrifying reminder of our new reality.

What books do you recommend that feature main characters who happen to be autistic? Here's one that might help your neurotypical friends develop understanding. #AutismAcceptance

Minority Student Achievement Advisory Committee / 2018-2019 General Membership Meeting Notes and Mat

Would you like to review the slides from Dr. Williams' presentation to MSAAC last week? Would you like to share them with your principal, your PTO, or your friend? Please visit Thank you. Thank you to MSAAC member, Ms. Katrece Nolen, for acquiring the following documents from LCPS and giving us permission to share them.  This is the source of the data we discussed during our meeting.

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[04/10/19]   Candidates for our 2019-2020 executive board will be presented tonight. Nominations will also be taken from the floor. Check in with Natalia Beardslee tonight if you are interested in running for chair, vice-chair, or secretary. #RepresentationMatters #YourVoiceMatters

Celebrate National Poetry Month With Maya Angelou This week, the power of words is illustrated in two celebrations: the beginning of National Poetry Month and Maya Angelou's birthday. Angelou's life, words and activism offer a unique opportunity to show students how writing is shaped by identity and experience, and the power words can bring. These....

Dear White Teachers: You Can't Love Your Black Students If You Don't Know Them It isn't enough to "love all students," writes the University of Georgia's Bettina L. Love.

Teaching Tolerance

“Just like hopes springing high, / Still I’ll rise.” Celebrate the life of the incomparable Dr. Maya Angelou—born on this day in 1928—by bringing her words into your classroom with our One World poster!

Facing Race Supper Club, April 27 at Evergreen Church. Visit the Love Your Neighbor Orange Ribbon Campaign Facebook group for more information, or email [email protected]. #EquityMatters #YourVoiceMatters

Loss of African-centered schools in Detroit hurts black children the most African proverbs and pictures of Harriet Tubman line the hallways at Paul Robeson/Malcolm X Academy in Detroit, one of Detroit’s few remaining schools that

Can We Overcome Racial Bias? 'Biased' Author Says To Start By Acknowledging It In her new book, psychology professor Jennifer Eberhardt explores how unconscious racial bias shapes human behavior — and suggests that we examine what situations can trigger racial bias.

Confronting racism is not about the needs and feelings of white people | Ijeoma Oluo

The Equity Ad Hoc Committee members might want to read this before Thursday's meeting. #LCPSDiversity #EquityMatters Too often whites at discussions on race decide for themselves what will be discussed, what they will hear, what they will learn. And it is their space. All spaces are

Our friends at @EqualityLoCo are organizing a book drive to provide more representation in LCPS libraries. Already 19 schools are participating and almost 400 books have been requested. Wishlist is: #RepresentationMatters #LCPSDiversity

Mock Auctions. Pretending to Flee Captors. Do Simulations Have a Place in Lessons on Slavery?

More background information as we continue to improve our practice in LCPS.
Do you know a teacher who should read this?
#LCPSDiversity Some teachers simulate slavery in their classrooms to try to foster empathy. But in practice, many educators say, these activities can minimize horrific events, recreate racist power dynamics, and cause emotional hurt to black students.

10 Things You Can Do for Transgender Day of Visibility – Trans Student Educational Resources

March 31 is Transgender Day of Visibility. This article has practical ideas for allies to put into action to show their support. #LCPSDiversity #ProtectTransKids Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV) is a day to show your support for the trans community! Every March 31st, it aims to bring attention to the accomplishments of trans people everywhere while fighting cissexism and transphobia by spreading understanding of trans people. Unlike Transgender Day of Re...

Home - Culturally Responsive Teaching & the Brain

LCPS Teachers, we recommend following Zaretta Hammond, author of Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain. Visit for more information. Got the Book. Now Get the Guide. First Name * Email * Please tell us more about yourself: * Classroom TeacherCoach/Teacher-LeaderDistrict LeaderPrincipalAdmin Name* First Email* “Education either functions as an instrument which is used to facilitate integration of the younger generation into the ...

Facing Race Supper Club, April 27 at Evergreen Church. Visit the Love Your Neighbor Orange Ribbon Campaign Facebook group for more information, or email [email protected]. #EquityMatters #YourVoiceMatters

TEDxAshburn Salon Event - THE FIRST! ...Impressions...

TedX in Ashburn April 6 - some of our members may be interested in this - Our next event we celebrate and share the messages, the moments, the ideas and solutions for those instances in time that take us to new places, inventions, and thoughts from discovery. Those AHA intuitive moments that led us to our first Love, Bad assumptions, new business or new people. The messen...

Loudoun County NAACP calls for investigation into Academies' admissions process The Loudoun County NAACP says it wants a full investigation from the school system into the admissions process for the Academies of Loudoun due to the small number of black

Our friends at @EqualityLoCo are organizing a book drive to provide more representation in LCPS libraries. Already 19 schools are participating and almost 400 books have been requested. Wishlist is: #RepresentationMatters #LCPSDiversity

Are you interested in joining the MSAAC 2019-2020 Executive Board?
There are three elected positions open: chair, vice-chair, and secretary. Candidates will be announced April 10, and the election will be held May 15.
For more information:
Please share this information with someone whose talents would help build our MSAAC community.
Thank you.

We Can’t Just Show Up For Social Justice Issues When It Impacts Our Own Lives

Now is the time. It is personal for all of us. #YourVoiceMatters #EquityMatters #LCPSDiversity It’s natural to care about the issues that most impact your life. But how do we move beyond that to build true solidarity?

What’s Wrong With This Diorama? You Can Read All About It

Revision by the American Museum of Natural History can inspire us as we look closely at our history textbooks & narratives. How can we stop perpetuating stereotypes in LCPS? Thank you @jazzyjtyler for engaging this work re the Kindergarten PowWow. The American Museum of Natural History corrects a Native American story in full view of visitors, inviting them to “reconsider this scene.”

Courageous Conversation – News and views about race and equity for educators

Thanks you, @JeDallas, for the suggestion of following @CC_AboutRace on Twitter and Pacific Educational Group on Facebook. We recommend these to our members as well as the website: #LCPSDiversity #EquityMatters White People Assume Niceness Is the Answer to Racial Inequality. It’s NotJair Bolsonaro’s Stance on Indigenous People Is ‘Discriminatory and Racist’Student-Led Racial Equity Course Could Debut at Oak Park and River Forest High School in 2019After Incident, Hinsdale Parents Press for Sustaine...

Loudoun County, VA

Are you interested in the human services available in Loudoun? (Think: affordable housing, child care, & health care, also advocacy, etc.) You can give input at community meetings to help develop a strategic plan next Friday and Saturday. Loudoun County, Nonprofit Partners Sponsoring Community Meetings for Human Services Strategic Plan

Inside the SCIF: Sign up for WTOP’s new national security email | WTOP

If you would like to continue learning from JJ Green, you may want to sign up for his newsletter. Here is the link for more information: WTOP is launching a new weekly email newsletter written by National Security Correspondent J.J. Green. Sign up today for a newsletter designed to deliver unique insight into the intelligence, national security, military, law enforcement and foreign policy communities.

'We support it': NAACP endorses LGBTQ Equality Act

None of us can be safe unless we are all safe. #EquityMatters The African-American civil rights group, which shepherded the 1964 Civil Rights Act into law, endorsed adding LGBTQ people to those the act protects.

How the Daughters and Granddaughters of Former Slaves Secured Voting Rights for All Historian Martha S. Jones takes a look at the question of race versus gender in the quest for universal suffrage

Are you looking for photos or the agenda from Wednesday night's MSAAC meeting? Visit our meeting materials and notes page: #MagnifyingtheTruthforChange #LCPSDiversity

Shifting Toward Equity: The Educator’s Role

"Fostering educational excellence requires understanding equity, embracing diverse perspectives, and countering bias that hinders inclusionary work." How is this happening at your #LCPS school?
#EquityMatters Creating equity in schools means examining the systems, policies, and practices that breed inequitable outcomes.

50 Mums | 50 Kids | 1 Extra Chromosome... -

Today is World Down Syndrome Day, the perfect day to tell someone with Down Syndrome how much you appreciate them! #WDSD19 #EquityMatters #LCPSDiversity @lcps_seac The mums in this video and the dad who created it ( ) met online and got together to show the world just how ordinary and fun life with the condition is and how they "Wouldn't Change a Thing". It features a carpool karaoke lip sync in support of World Down Syndrome Day 2018...

ACCelerate — Creativity and Innovation Festival — April 5-7, 2019 | Accelerate 2019

Virginia Tech and the Smithsonian present the ACCelerate: ACC Smithsonian Creativity and Innovation Festival April 5-7, at the National Museum of American History, celebrating the nexus of science, engineering, arts and design (SEAD), free to the public. Virginia Tech and the Smithsonian Institution present the first ACCelerate: ACC Smithsonian Creativity and Innovation Festival on October 13-15, 2017.

The Alexander Lebenstein Teacher Education Institute

The Alexander Lebenstein Teacher Education Institute at the Virginia Holocaust Museum. Sessions focus on historical background and pedagogy and are linked to Virginia SOL. Online and in-person courses are available. Deadline for registration is May 24. 2019 Registration Deadline for registration is May 24, 2019. If you have any questions regarding TEI, please email Megan Ferenczy, Director of Education of the VHM at [email protected] Alexander Lebenstein Teacher Education Institute assists educators with their understanding of the Holo

The Evolving Role of Race in Children’s Lit, From ‘Harry Potter’ to ‘The Hate U Give’ - EdSurge News Most people can recall a book that changed their life. For Ebony Elizabeth Thomas—as for many people who came of age in the 1990s and early 2000s—it ...

Painful past: Loudoun County lynching memorials coming to Leesburg | WTOP Members of the Leesburg, Virginia, community are invited to a dialogue at the Douglass School to discuss placing historical markers at the sites of three lynchings in Loudoun County that occurred between 1880 and 1902.

Opinion | When the Suffrage Movement Sold Out to White Supremacy African-American women were written out of the history of the woman suffrage movement. As the centennial of the 19th Amendment approaches, it’s time for a new look at the past.

Girls Go CyberStart

Girls Go CyberStart (for High School Girls)
Join Girls Go CyberStart to win up to $1,000 for your school! If you enjoy using logic to solve puzzles and learning new skills this challenge is for you! Register now and start on March 20. Girls Go CyberStart is a fun and interactive series of digital challenges designed to introduce you to the field of cybersecurity. More than 6,600 high school girls played Girls Go CyberStart in 2018 and loved it! Best of all? You will compete in three stages for the chance to win cash prizes for yo...

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