Anti-Racism Conversation with Enid Lee

A Leader in Anti-Racist Education


Thursday, October 8, 2020

4 to 5:30 p.m. Pacific Time

Educator Preparation Programs is proud to present an Anti-Racism Conversation with Enid Lee

As a leader in anti-racist education, author, public speaker and EPP faculty  member, Enid Lee's 35 years of  experience working with educators and organizations around the topic of anti-racist education will inform our conversation for this special event.


Topics to be covered include but are not limited to:


  • Equity in education
  • Uncovering bias in education
  • What anti-racist practice looks like in the classroom
  • How to create organizational change 


About Enid:

Enid Lee is an anti-racist professional development specialist, leadership coach and writer. She consults internationally on equitable education and supports educators in preparing all students to create and experience a world with greater justice, joy and generosity. Find out more about Enid at



Audience participation is encouraged and attendees will have the chance to ask questions regarding Enid's work during this free live-stream event. Only registered participants will have an opportunity to engage in discussion with Enid. Space is limited, register today to be part of the conversation. 

This is a free event open to the public, that will be presented over Zoom and live-streamed on our social media pages. 


Nestled within the tech hub of Silicon Valley, Educator Preparation Programs (EPP) is an educational branch of the Santa Clara County Office of Education. With credentialing programs approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC), EPP offers educators credentialing approved programs in administrative leadership and special education. As a champion of public education, EPP is committed to promoting the values of Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice throughout its programs.