Calendar of Network Events
These events are hosted by the Network as well as other agencies and organizations doing similar work around racial equity. If you have an event you would like listed on our calendar, please contact us at info@TheNetworkWI.com.
The eCourse for Wisconsin American Indian Studies provides an overview to American Indian history, culture, and tribal sovereignty in the state of Wisconsin. This eCourse is designed to introduce both historical and contemporary issues regarding tribal nations and communities within Wisconsin.
The Resilience of Racism Conference, hosted by the Equal Justice Society, will explore mind science concepts such as implicit bias and racial anxiety to help us understand and ameliorate racism in all its manifestations.
Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health (WI-AIMH) promotes the social and emotional well-being of Wisconsin children from birth through age five by supporting families and professionals across disciplines.
Join us for our “College Night” for Menominee Students and Families. The purpose of this event is to gather programs and departments to provide an opportunity for our students, families and community members to come together to learn about post-secondary educational opportunities.
This annual professional development opportunity supports state, regional, district leadership, building leadership, and grade level teacher teams to move from a deficit-based to proactive system based on Integrated Comprehensive Systems for Equity. Participants will affirm their commitment to eliminate inequities across rural, urban, and suburban districts. Teams will engage in a deep ICS Equity Audit analysis of their school, district, region, or state and complete an Equity Action Plan based on the ICS Four Cornerstones for integrated, high achieving schools.
Zaretta Hammond, author of the book Culturally Responsive Teaching and The Brain will join National Equity Project staff in this two-day learning institute designed for teachers, teacher leaders, instructional coaches, principals and district administrators. The institute will address the question; “How do teachers move from an awareness and concern about racial disparities in student success to implementing culturally responsive teaching practices that accelerate learning for student s who have been marginalized?” Participant s will be introduced to strategies and provided with a set of tools for utilizing a Learning Partnership framework to deepen their cross-cultural understanding, and to work intensively with their peers to successfully modify their instructional approaches.
The annual Wisconsin American Indian Studies Summer Institute is an active, highly participatory, week-long workshop designed to increase participants’ understanding of issues related to the history, culture, and tribal sovereignty of the eleven federally-recognized American Indian nations and tribal communities in Wisconsin.