Pollyanna Conference

Fifteen Campbell Hall community members (including students, faculty, parents, alumni, and board members) attended the virtual Pollyanna Conference on October 17.
This year’s theme was “Courageous Conversations: Learning to Connect Authentically and with Compassion” and featured Baratunde Thurston as keynote speaker. This conference provides space to learn specific strategies for engaging in courageous conversations on numerous topics that easily divide our communities from race to gender to sexual orientation to religion to politics.

 
 
Going to this conference, I got a greater perspective on the initiative other schools are taking, and how much of a role we students have in encouraging and making change for the better. It was a great opportunity, especially hearing from Baratunde Thurston, his insight was valuable and greatly appreciated.” - Angel S. ‘21
 
 
 
 
 
“From a parent's perspective, the Pollyanna Conference was a great opportunity to connect with parents from other independent schools in Southern CA to share our thoughts. It was heartening to see that we all share many of the same objectives when it comes to creating diverse, inclusive, and safe spaces for our children.” - Jessica Chung, Current Parent
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