Black History Month 2021

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Upcoming Webinars

  • In honor of Black History Month, Naperville 203’s Diversity & Inclusion Department will host a virtual workshop for students featuring “Dear Martin” author, Nic Stone on February 3rd from 6:30PM to 7:30PM. The target audience for this event is D203 students in grades 8-12th. The presentation description and event details are below and the event flyer is attached.

    Event Title: You Are Infinitely POWERful

    • Session Description: Drawing on the innate teen characteristics of Personal Agency, Openness, Wonder, Elasticity, and Rebellion, Nic Stone calls teens to embrace the power inside them and use it to wreak havoc on the ugliness of the world.
    • Date: February 3, 2021
    • Time: 6:30pm to 7:30pm CST
    • Event Type: Virtual presentation plus Q&A
    • Target audience: 8th-12th grade students

    Advanced registration is required: https://bit.ly/37sMaPg

    Event

     

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    Virtual Panel Recording: Conversation with Asian-American Professionals and Naperville 203 Alums

    Description: This virtual panel featured Asian-American professionals and D203 alum who shared their experiences of growing up in Naperville and how they navigated college and their career paths to where they are today. The panelists offered successful strategies and advice to parents and students in our increasingly multicultural community. The primary goal for this panel discussion was to provide an opportunity for us to learn about the unique lived experiences of Asian-Americans in our community. We hope that conversations like our panel discussion will help us better understand one another, forge better relationships, and counter myths and misunderstandings about the various social identity or cultural groups.

Diversity Advisory Committee

  • Meeting Dates

    • September 14, 2020
    • November 10, 2020
    • January 25, 2021
    • March 22, 2021
    • April 26, 2021

Conversation with Civil Rights Leaders