We encourage you to join us for events that celebrate our individual and group identities and engage our community in meaningful conversations on a wide range of DEIJ topics.
LACMA Special Series: 5 Questions, 5 Artists: Reframing Portraiture
Join LACMA for a special series: 5 Questions, 5 Artists: Reframing Portraiture. Presented in conjunction with Black American Portraits, an exhibition that reframes portraiture to center Black American subjects, sitters, and spaces, this series will include conversations between artists and LACMA curators and educators. Each artist will be presented with the same five key questions about portraiture, exploring how this art form functioned historically in an encyclopedic collection while also providing us with new perspectives on representation. Free to attend, RSVP required. All events take place online via Zoom. Click here to learn more and RSVP.
A number of CH faculty, staff, and students attended The Independent School Alliance Across Colors Diversity Conference, a biennial conference which seeks to celebrate and empower students, parents, and faculty, staff, and administrators around issues of diversity, equity, and social justice.
On Monday, August 30 Christopher Dennis, Associate Head of Community Engagement and Head of School Julian Bull presented findings from the DEIJ Cultural Assessment Survey conducted by the Raben Group and introduced our programming theme and major initiatives for the year followed by a Q&A session.
On May 11, MS DEIJ Coordinator Erik Koski and Associate Head of Community Engagement Christopher Dennis, virtually met with all middle school advisories to talk about biased language and slurs, directly answering questions that the students had submitted in advance.
Associate Head of Community Engagement, Christopher Dennis, presented a workshop for grades 3-6 on the power of an apology. Students had the chance to deepen their understanding of the meaning of an apology as a means of embracing empathy and healing.
The Southern California Diversity Recruitment Fair for faculty, staff, and administrators in underrepresented groups interested in working in independent schools, was held virtually on February 20, 2021. See what our own CH faculty Brandy Curry and Carlos Castellanos had to say about why Campbell Hall is such a great place to work!
On Saturday, January 30, 2021 CH high school students, parents, faculty, and staff had the opportunity to participate in the SoCal People of Color in Independent Schools (POCIS) conference "Student Voices: Confronting Anti-Blackness and Tackling Systemic Racism in Our Schools."
Over 100 parents and faculty from Los Angeles area independent schools attended the SoCal PoCIS Parent Voices event titled, "The Black@ Movement: We're Not Surprised, But We're Over Living With It. What Do Parents Need to Know?"
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