This year, participants will read “We Want to Do More than Survive: Abolitionist Teaching and the Pursuit of Educational Freedom,” by Pitt education alum Bettina Love (CGS '01, EDUC '02G).
Programming will begin on Friday, Jan. 30, with a book discussion with Pitt Education Dean Valerie Kinloch in Posvar Hall, room 5001, from 10:30 a.m. to noon. Other discussion events will feature Leigh Patel, associate dean of equity and justice; Elon Dancy, professor and director of the Center for Urban Education; Kari Kokka, assistant professor of mathematics education; and Lori Delale-O’Connor, assistant professor.
Additionally, an online session will be available for participants to attend virtually.
For more information, visit the School-wide Read online.
All members of the public are invited to join Love for the Pitt School of Education’s 2020 Alumni Lecture on Thursday, March 19. After a talk about her book, Love will join Dean Valerie Kinloch for a fireside chat; the event is free, but registration is recommended. Register online.