The Ripple Effect: How Every Individual Shapes Bias-Free Classrooms

Friday, May 3rd at 7PM
Cape May Stage, 405 Lafayette St.

Join us for an enlightening evening with Janis Washington White, as she dives into her groundbreaking book ‘Erasing Bias From the Classroom: A Guide to Fostering  Self-awareness, Open Dialogue and Advocacy”. Discover the transformative power we all possess as influencers in shaping the educational landscape for our youth. In this engaging event open to the general public, Janis will share her insights on the pivotal role each of us plays, transcending our connections to education. Be part of the conversation that empowers change and fosters inclusivity in our schools. Don’t miss this opportunity to be inspired and make a meaningful impact on the future of education.

Presented by Cape May MAC in association with Janis White, and hosted by Cape May Stage.

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About the Presenter:

Janis Washington White stands as a retired Certified School Counselor, accomplished corporate manager, certified life coach, and advocate for diversity and inclusion. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management and a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling, she’s leveraged her education to make a tangible difference in both corporate and educational spheres. As a passionate public speaker and active community volunteer, Janis continues to shape a more inclusive and empowered world.