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ASCA Virtual Town Hall: Racism in Schools
School counselors are exploring how they can refine their school counseling program to help create a school culture free from racism and bias. Many school counselors have been victims of discrimination and are managing the trauma associated with violence, while others are examining their privilege and responsibility to be anti-racists. Let’s talk about it – all of it. Join us on Friday, June 12 at 3 p.m. EDT for a ASCA Virtual Town Hall: Racism in Schools. 

Submit your questions for the panelists in advance here. (Note: Submitting your question doesn't register you for the event. Be sure to also register below or plan on watching it via Facebook Live.)

Watch via Facebook Live (with closed captioning) or register to watch via Zoom (limited space)
 
Moderators:
Laura Ross
2020 School Counselor of the Year
School Counselor
Five Forks Middle School
Lawrenceville, Ga.


Brian Coleman
2019 School Counselor of the Year
School Counselor
Jones College Prep
Chicago, Ill.

 
Panelists:
Jan Demarais-Morse
School Counselor
Goshen Middle School
Goshen, Ind.




Derek Francis
Manager of Counseling Services
Minneapolis Public Schools
Minneapolis, Minn.



Tinisha Parker, Ph.D.
Assistant Chair, ASCA Board of Directors
Executive Director of Student Services
Gwinnett County School District
Suwanee, Ga.


Marsha Rutledge, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Longwood University
Farmville, Va.



Carolyn Stone, Ed.D.
Chair, ASCA Ethics Committee
Professor
University of North Florida



Jennifer Susko
School Counselor
Mableton Elementary School
Mableton, Ga.