BCCIE Presents: Intercultural Intersections in International Education: Reflective Practices through Dialogue

In honour of Black History Month we are delighted to announce our keynote speaker, Minnijean Brown-Tricky.
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Feb 23, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Online Webinar

About the Event

Minnijean Brown-Tricky changed history by striding through the front doors of Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. As a member of the Little Rock Nine, she helped desegregate public schools—a milestone in civil rights history—and alter the course of education in America. Her talks are a sweeping exploration of social change and a reminder that the fight is far from over. She has received the U.S. Congressional Gold Medal, the Spingarn Medal, the Wolf Award, and a medal from the W.E.B. DuBois Institute, among other citations. Under the Clinton administration, she served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Department of the Interior, for diversity.

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