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.

Upcoming Events

Past Events

List of 20 news stories.

  • Identity Safe Classroom

    On April 12, Campbell Hall hosted Identity Safe Classroom training for secondary faculty, providing a framework in which teachers help ensure students that their social identities are an asset rather than a barrier to success in the classroom. This contributes to a learning environment in which all students feel welcomed, supported, and valued.
  • CH DEIJ Training

    As part of the CH DEIJ Training series for parents, Speak up at School: How to Respond to Everyday Prejudice, Bias, and Stereotypes was presented via Zoom on April 11. It was a practical and scenario-based training that provided participants the opportunity to learn and practice four distinct strategies on how we can respond to bias at school.
  • Thinking Deeply

    On March 22, renowned civil rights leader and best-selling author Valarie Kaur met with the CH community reading group Thinking Deeply to discuss her book SEE NO STRANGER, in which she advocates for reclaiming love as a force for justice. 
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  • Nowruz/Nouruz

    On March 20, CH Persian families created a beautiful display celebrating Nowruz/Nouruz. Each of the items displayed on a haftsin table symbolize a particular meaning (coins for prosperity, sprouts for rebirth, apple for health and beauty, garlic for good health, sumac for the color of sunrise, vinegar for age and patience, dried fruit for love, hyacinth for spring, mirror reflecting into the future, goldfish for life, painted eggs for fertility).
  • Centering Latinx Voices and Narratives Symposium

    On March 11, more than 40 representatives from 12 schools gathered at Campbell Hall where, in partnership with the Center for the Study of Latino Health and Culture (CESLAC) at UCLA Health and Somos PSV, a full-day symposium focusing on the future of the Latinx community across economics, health, diversity, and more was shared.
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  • Day of Cultural Exchange

    Students from Nishiyamato Academy visited Campbell Hall for a day of cultural exchange with CH’s Japanese students.
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  • National Network of Schools in Partnership and Close Up D.C. Annual Conference

    Members of our Student Council and DEIJ Liaison team spent time in Washington D.C. Jan 28 - Jan 30 for the National Network of Schools in Partnership and Close Up D.C. annual conference. Students learned the methods of facilitating and social impact programs through service learning with a focus on race, equity, and justice.
  • Secondary Japanese Classes Celebrate New Year

    The New Year was celebrated in secondary Japanese classes on January 5 with traditional Japanese games, calligraphy painting, and cuisine.
  • 7th Grade Diversity Day Reflection

    On October 19, all 7th grade students and advisors took part in another rendition of Diversity Day. An annual tradition organized by the DEIJ team, Diversity Day provides programming for 7th graders that inspires new thinking around diversity, equity, inclusion and justice.
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  • CH Parent Reading Group Thinking Deeply

    On October 6, Author Dr. Philip Gorski met with the CH parent reading group Thinking Deeply to discuss his book American Covenant, which outlines the long battle between exclusionary and inclusive versions of the American story.
  • Training and Programming for CH Affinity Group Leaders

    On September 20, Rosetta Eun Ryong Lee, professional outreach specialist with more than 20 years of experience implementing affinity groups at schools around the nation, led training and programming for our student and family affinity group leaders.
  • CH State of Inclusion Event

    Head of School Julian Bull and Associate Head of Community Engagement Christopher Dennis, held a community-wide meeting on September 6 to provide updates on the community engagement surveys and the state of inclusion at Campbell Hall.
  • Student affinity groups BSUG (Black Student Union for Girls) and 42 (for African American male students)

    Student affinity groups BSUG (Black Student Union for Girls) and 42 (for African American male students) held their first joint meeting of the year, welcoming new and returning members back to school.
  • Latinx Affinity

    The first Latinx Affinity Faculty/Staff Get Together was held on June 1 during which everyone enjoyed tacos and churros.
  • Asian Affinity Alliance

    The last Asian Affinity Alliance meeting was held on June 1 during which a special cake and many hugs were shared with departing faculty member Ellen Pilon.
  • BSUG (Black Student Union for Girls) and 42

    Members of BSUG (Black Student Union for Girls) and 42 held their last meetup of the school year, enjoying a tasty lunch together.
  • Campbell Hall Anti-Bias Curriculum Redesign Lab

    This summer, faculty from Campbell Hall and local area public and independent schools took part in the week-long Campbell Hall Anti-Bias Curriculum Redesign Lab, which was a condensed version of the year-long process for an accelerated approach to anti-bias redesign.
  • Inclusion Institute

    This past June, several faculty members took part in our yearly Inclusion Institute which focused on Centering Counter-narratives to Disrupt Bias and Increase Belonging and built upon earlier training to further implement sustained growth in our equity practice.
  • Teaching for Justice Conference

    Lonnie Ngo, Associate Director of Admissions, K-6, attended the Teaching for Justice conference on April 29 + April 30.
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  • Alumna Professor of Art History Discussion with CH CHAI Art History Students

    Dr. Cherise Smith '87, a professor of Art History at UT Austin, is completing her fellowship at The Getty Center, researching their collection of material on contemporary African American artists.
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