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Saturday, February 26 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Welcome & Keynote: Facing the Reflections in Mirror: An Intersectional Analysis of how Race, Language, and Class impact Teaching in a Heterogeneous Latinx, Asian, and Indigenous Dual Immersion Program

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This keynote problematizes current essentialized discourses surrounding K-12 and higher education responses to the anti-racist movement, the critical language studies and language revitalization movements, and the critical bilingual education and dual language immersion movements in the United States. Exploring one teacher educator’s evolution of identity as she works with immigrant and refugee students from Mexico, Central America, South America, Southeast Asia, and Syria, this keynote explores the rigors of the inner work that must precede highly effective anti-racist language advocacy work in heterogeneous K-12 and higher education classrooms.

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avatar for Micki Abercrombie-Donahue, Ed. D.

Micki Abercrombie-Donahue, Ed. D.

Associate Dean and Associate Professor, Whitworth University School of Education
Dr. Micki Abercrombie-Donahue has been teaching in higher education since 2005 after serving in both public and private schools for 15 years. She is an Associate Dean of Graduate Education and an Associate Professor of Education in the Whitworth School of Education who began her teaching... Read More →


Saturday February 26, 2022 9:00am - 10:00am PST
Riverfront Park