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OSSTF/FEESO parent and community partner webinar series

Over the past few months, OSSTF/FEESO has presented several webinars with parent and community partners. These webinars highlight our outreach to parent and community groups and touch on important topics in our communities. OSSTF/FEESO is proud to continue to present new webinars monthly and we encourage members to share the past webinars on YouTube and the future registration links with their contacts. If you have difficulty with the links, they are posted on the OSSTF/FEESO YouTube channel.

Image used for webinar introduction for Advocating for your Child in Times of Covid and BeyondAdvocating for your Child in Times of Covid and Beyond
With our expert panel of Laura Kirby—McIntosh (Ontario Autism Coalition), Nicole Cummings-Morgan (Community of Black ECEs), Shameela Shakeel (York Communities for Public Education), and Theresa Pastore (Parents Engaged in Education) and moderator Harvey Bischof—OSSTF/FEESO.

 

 

Image used for webinar introduction for Advocating for Transitioning and Transgender Youth in Public SchoolsAdvocating for Transitioning and Transgender Youth in Public Schools
With our expert panel of Natasha and Allpa Arcentales, Suzanne Sherkin—When Gender is in Question, Jordan Applebaum—EGALE, Julie Hamara—the 519 and moderator, Karen Littlewood, OSSTF/FEESO.

Image used for webinar introduction for How to Talk to your MPP and the Art of LobbyingHow to Talk to your MPP and the Art of Lobbying
With our expert panel of Paul Kossta—OSSTF/FEESO, Vanessa Stoby—York region activist, Sydney Baxter—Peel region youth activist, Chandra Li Paul—OFL, Rose Lepage—North Bay region activist and Karen Littlewood, OSSTF/FEESO.

 

 

 

Image used for webinar introduction for Learning about the Truth—Moving Towards ReconciliationStay tuned for our October webinar, featuring Karen Littlewood, President OSSTF/FEESO as our moderator and distinguished guest speakers, Jane Hubbard and Andrew Bomberry from Legacy of Hope, Dean Smith, Member of Pictou Landing First Nation and Indigenous Education Consultant with the Kawartha Pine Ridge DSB and Marilyn Robitaille, Lead Teacher with Kawartha Pine Ridge DSB and Citizen of The Métis Nation of Ontario, Seneca Dueck, co-founder of Roots of Resilience Education Foundation and a member of the Salteux/Assiniboine raised in the ways of the Nakota people of Treaty 6 territory discussing their truths and their vision of reconciliation—October 26, 2021 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.Learning about the Truth—Moving Towards Reconciliation. Register for this webinar here.

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