Check this out! A free Service Learning Webinar featuring Cathryn Berger Kaye as Keynote [3:40] and ECSL Participant John Haakon-Gould, a wonderful educator and his peers describing relatable service learning examples from Shanghai Community International School.
Plus other youth-led stories that both inform and inspire how service learning engages youth in significant and meaningful action even during these unpredictable times. And at the end — so many resources! Produced by Cas Trips, you will find much to think about in this worthwhile hour-long program.
You are invited to attend this forum organized by member school, Polytechnic:
PEER TALK: ELEVATING THE VOICES OF ASIAN ACTORS
Wednesday, May 12, 2021, 6 to 7pm., Zoom
In light of the recent increase in anti-Asian hate, this interactive discussion will delve into the experiences of Asian actors in a predominantly white industry. Our panelists will discuss their career and achievements and share about their personal experiences as Asian Americans. Attendees will gain new perspectives and draw inspiration from the AAPI community in television and film. Our featured speakers include Tamlyn Tomita (Joy Luck Club, Karate Kid), Hudson Yang (Fresh Off the Boat), Aubrey Anderson (Modern Family), Ella Basco (Birds of Prey), Miya Cech (The Darkest Minds, Rim of the World), and Crystal Kung-Minkoff (Real Housewives of Beverly Hills). Please register to participate in this unique event using this link: https://forms.gle/N8Y5jSpUhhGsLqBs6.
ECSL has long-supported literacy as a service learning initiative. In a former meeting, we heard about global efforts to bring books to children through the story My Librarian is a Camel. Here is an opportunity, brought to us by an ECSL member, to support literacy via GlobalGiving.org. Alif Laila, a story teller bus, is crowdfunding to bring book by bicycle to children in Pakistan. You can investigate their efforts here.
ECSL Museum of Tolerance Intro
ECSL Museum of Tolerance Privilege exercise
ECSL Museum of Tolerance Conversations on Microaggressions
ECSL Museum of Tolerance Tools to Explore Diversity
ECSL Museum of Tolerance Reading “The President of the Jungle” and response
ECSL Museum of Tolerance Each One Teach One Exercise
As the November 2020 election approaches, view our Fall 20019 workshop content featuring stories around Youth Roles to Preserve the Democratic Process:
ECSL Making a Difference in Politics/ Spirit Doll winner
ECSL What is Democracy?
ECSL Service-Learning Links to Democratic Process
ECSL Democracy In Action: School DR. Teddy Varno
ECSL Democracy in Action: Student Teva Corwin
ECSL Democracy in Action: Organization League of Women
ECSL Building Our Tool Kits for Youth Engaged in Democracy