America's History: What Does Race Have To Do With It?

This virtual conversation featuring Dr. Rosemarie Allen will explore and examine America’s racial past. Participants will identify how race was codified in the laws, practices, and policies throughout the Nation’s history.

Dr. Allen is currently an Associate Professor in the School of Education at the Metropolitan State University of Denver.  Her classes are focused on ensuring teachers are aware of how issues of equity, privilege, and power impact teaching practices.  Rosemarie has served in directorship roles with the Colorado Department of Human Services where she was responsible for the State’s child care licensing program, the federal child care assistance program, the redesign of the State’s quality rating and improvement system, the implementation of the State’s professional development plan, and assisted in the creation of Colorado’s early learning guidelines.  Rosemarie is a respected keynote speaker and has the distinct honor of being appointed as a “Global Leader” to represent the United States at World Conferences across the globe. Dr. Allen’s non-profit Institute for Racial Equity & Excellence (IREE) serves as the lead agency for ensuring equity in educational practices throughout the nation. 

With simultaneous interpretation, you can choose to listen in English or Spanish.

Join the conversation via Zoom:

Friday, February 26
6:00 pm