Enid Lee Putting Race on the Table (part 1)





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Published on Feb 16, 2011

Enid Lee was the featured speaker at a forum called "Putting Race on the Table" hosted by the Community Foundation for the National Capitol Region in Washington, DC on April 5, 2006.

Enid Lee began her career as a classroom teacher 40 years ago. As an educator with the former Canadian North York Board of Education and Toronto District School Board, Enid Lee has been an innovator and a champion on race relations and equity. Today she is an accomplished "front line teacher," teacher educator, researcher, writer, consultant, facilitator and speaker. She has taught in the Caribbean, Canada and the USA and has been involved in the professional development of teachers for two decades. She consults internationally on anti-racist, inclusionary and equitable education.

Enid Lee is the author of over 30 publications. They include "Letters to Marcia: A teacher's guide to Anti-racist education," the docudramas, "Quick to Judge" and "Food for Thought" from the television series, "Many Voices," and "Beyond Heroes and Holidays: A Practical Guides to K-12 Anti-Racist, Multicultural Education and Staff Development." Her current area of research is professional development and anti-racist school leadership.



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