Ending Mass Incarceration through Early Childhood Education Curriculum and Teaching
Are you interested in learning how early childhood education can contribute to ending mass incarceration and criminalization of Black and Brown people in America? Do you want to discover how to teach young children about prison abolition and social justice? If so, join us for this exciting event featuring Dr. Nathaniel Bryan, an associate professor of early childhood education at Miami University and the author of Toward a BlackboyCrit Pedagogy: Black boys, male teachers, and early childhood classroom practices.
Dr. Bryan will introduce prison abolition literacies, a set of empowering curricular and pedagogical practices that bring awareness to the injustices that Black and Brown people face daily. He will draw on pro-Blackness, the imprisoned radical tradition, and abolitionist teaching to show how early childhood educators can create more inclusive and transformative learning environments for their students.
This event is open to anyone who wants to learn more about prison abolition and early childhood education. It is also a great opportunity to network with other educators and activists who share your passion for social change. Don’t miss this chance to hear from one of the leading scholars in the field and get inspired by his vision for a more just society.