2020-2021 Community Education Series

Learn, Explore, Be Inspired

The Epiphany School Community Education Series offers an annual slate of diverse educational opportunities for the adults in our school community—parents/guardians, grandparents, friends, and neighbors.

In keeping with our strategic plan, the Epiphany School Community Education Series enhances our authentic and inclusive community by welcoming diverse thought, sharing our expanded vision and mission, and providing creative and engaging educational opportunities for our community. We welcome ideas for future programming and we will continue to collaborate with neighboring schools and the Epiphany Parent Council to develop and offer events that meet our community’s interests and needs.

  • February 4th, 5:00-7:00 pm, "Historical Impact of Racism in Present Day America: The Illusion of Inclusion": Presented by Dr. Joy DeGruyThis presentation will be based on her book Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome: America's Legacy of Enduring Injury and Healing. This talk will help the participants understand the history of race in the US and how anti-Black racism became the backbone of structural and institutional racism in America. (In partnership with neighboring independent schools). Please RSVP to attend and receive the Zoom link
     
  • March 2, 5:00-6:00 pm, Michael G. Thompson, Ph.D: For nearly thirty-five years, Michael has worked as a clinical psychologist, school consultant and international speaker on the subjects of children, schools and parenting. He has led two dynamic sessions with our staff, and this is an opportunity for our broader community to join a conversation with him over Zoom. 
     
  • March 17, 9:00-11:00 am, Alison Park of Blink Consulting, (Topics TBD): Alison Park consults with and trains independent schools on a wide range of topics related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. She will join our community over Zoom to discuss some of these topics.
     
  • NEW! March 24, 5:00-6:00 pm, Tiq Milan, (Topics TBD): Tiq Milan has been an advocate in the LGBT community for over a decade. He is also a writer and consultant who carved a niche for himself as a media advocate and one of the leading voices for transgender equality. (In partnership with neighboring independent schools).
     
  • May 18, 6:00 pm: Ijeoma Oluo: This presentation will be based on her new book Mediocre: The Dangerous Legacy of White Male America(In partnership with neighboring independent schools).