Please join us for the first in a new series of Cultural Conversations, a Camp Carysbrook Alumnae Association member exclusive!
In this session hosted and facilitated by CCAA members Joyi Levata Better-Rice and Adrienne Anderson Stuckey, we will have a candid, ask-anything conversation about What’s Different for Black Women in the world today. The goal of the conversation is to increase understanding of differences and to promote, develop, and enhance the emotional, social, and spiritual potential of each of us across cultural differences in the spirit of Camp Carysbrook.
To promote a lively, authentic discussion, please submit any questions or topics you would like to see covered using this Google form. This form is anonymous, but you will have the opportunity to provide your name if desired. Feel free to submit a question even if you are unable to attend the actual event.
CCAA Cultural Conversations:What’s Different for Black Women
Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 1pm
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Joyi Levata Better-Rice, Host
Middle School History Teacher Montgomery County Maryland Public Schools
DC Public Libraries Program Associate
Museum Programs Associate for Old Historic Alexandria VA
Former Site Manager for DC Public Schools Office of Out-of-School Time
Member: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.
Attended Camp Carysbrook 1986-1991
Adrienne Anderson Stuckey, Facilitator
Assistant Professor of Inclusive & Special Education at Western Carolina University
Scholarly Research Activities include: Culturally Relevant Pedagogies and Racial Equity in Special Education
Short term Clinical Instructor, Georgia State University
Former Special Education High School Teacher
Attended Camp Carysbrook 1985-1988