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2016 People of Color Conference

The NAIS People of Color Conference is a leadership development experience that provides people of color (and experienced allies of all backgrounds) a unique space for learning, networking, and engaging critical conversations about the ways race and ethnicity influence all areas of independent school life

The NAIS People of Color Conference is a leadership development experience that provides people of color (and experienced allies of all backgrounds) a unique space for learning, networking, and engaging critical conversations about the ways race and ethnicity influence all areas of independent school life

2016 People of Color Conference

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2016 People of Color Conference
2016 People of Color Conference
2016 People of Color Conference
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The NAIS People of Color Conference is a leadership development experience that provides people of color (and experienced allies of all backgrounds) a unique space for learning, networking, and engaging critical conversations about the ways race and ethnicity influence all areas of independent school life. Now in its 29th year, PoCC serves independent schools, their faculty, and students by affirming the lived experience of people who by virtue of their racial or ethnic identity occupy a minority status.

2016 People of Color Conference

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42Mb
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Reference
Last updated
November 8, 2016
Release date
November 8, 2016
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The NAIS People of Color Conference is a leadership development experience that provides people of color (and experienced allies of all backgrounds) a unique space for learning, networking, and engaging critical conversations about the ways race and ethnicity influence all areas of independent school life. Now in its 29th year, PoCC serves independent schools, their faculty, and students by affirming the lived experience of people who by virtue of their racial or ethnic identity occupy a minority status.

PoCC advances cultural competency in independent schools through its content selection and delivery, keynote speakers, practitioner-led workshops, and extensive affinity dialogue sessions.