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          我们的世界,我们的国家,我们的社会也在呼吁不公正的表情动作。

          作为反种族主义机构,金莎一直努力营造尊重和包容的环境,兑现每一个人的尊严和人性化,并教导这些值。现在是金莎的领导,教师和社区成员深刻反思的时间,尤其是在我们已经错过了标记。并在医生的话。马丁·路德·金,“现在是非常急迫”要求我们听 - 和领导。 

          它一直是强大的,看到这么多温莎学生 女校友 “采取的立场”和他们在我们的社会经验,照亮一盏灯。他们的声音都强调,我们必须做的更好,反馈开辟了急需讨论的门和参与的更深层次。  

          更新,意向,责任和行动是向前迈进的路线图的一部分。我们将继续支持我们 亲和力和社区建设组 并参与对话,并呼吁采取行动带来改变。我们将确保所有的声音都听到了,那故事可公开告诉,这已经发生在南联的资源是已知的访问。当我们踏上了我们对正在进行的反种族主义和社会正义的工作下一步,我们将通过我们的核心原则为指导,并将继续共享信息和资源。感谢您对我们的重要工作提前与我们合作。

          阅读 5月31日的信 从学校的负责人萨拉pelmas我们的南联社区中, 6月5日的信 从萨拉pelmas和社区和包容朱利安布拉克斯顿的主任, 6月29日的信 从朱利安布拉克斯顿。

          我们的校友带路

          标题:karilyn克罗克特在南联社区的200名成员谁冒着寒冷的气温和结冰的情况下聚集在温莎食堂年度马丁•路德•金'91地址。庆典上周一,2019年1月22日。 

          当它涉及到公平,公正,包容,金莎的校友知道他们可以 - 而且必须 - 改变世界。 

          karilyn克罗克特'91: 在2020年6月29日,karilyn克罗克特'91被任命为波士顿的新的首席股市官,前往城市的新公平和包容办公室。观看 波士顿环球报报道 karilyn的任命和她强大的 获奖感言.


          我们的社会说

          我们的社区成员继续提高他们的声音在为正义而战。下面是文章和言论,我们将不断更新的集合。

          海利福克斯'16: 一个rticle在2020年6月23日版 纽约时报: 警方免疫合格保护涌现作为闪点抗议之际
           
          博士。安吉拉·库姆斯'06信在编辑器 纽约时报:

          蒂芙尼沃伦'92: 现场直播 关于加快推进平等的机会在广告时代网站上的广告。 观看记录 的宣扬6月8日2020年直播。
           
          转。马里亚玛白哈蒙德'96牧师在新根AME教堂多切斯特:上WBUR谈到沿 托里奥拉埃杜瓦,马萨诸塞州的黑人经济理事会常务理事。 听段,其播出的2020年6月2日。

          我们的社会啮合

          金莎不断地欢迎各位领导,专家和教育工作者在组件和在课堂上分享他们的见解。下面是有影响力的,引人入胜的扬声器谁解决了我们的社会平等,包容和社会正义的对象的样本。

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          Dr. Pam Brooks '70

          Dr. Pam Brooks '70, chair and the Jane and Eric Nord associate professor of Africana Studies at Oberlin College, was honored, along with other trailblazers, during an assembly hosted by SISTERS. Dr. Brooks was the first student of color to graduate from Winsor, and to mark the 50th anniversary, Patrcia Elam '71 boldly told the story of Winsor’s first Black students in the 春天温莎公告.
        • Professor Nina Silber

          Guest speaker Professor Nina Silber, History Department Chair, Professor of 历史, Boston University, joined an assembly back in 2017 to provide a framework for discussion around the dismantling of confederate monuments and navigating the tumultuous times.
        • Desiree Allen '98, Director of Strategy for the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, addressed the Winsor community during the schools annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration. 观看记录 of her speech, which called upon Black women to stand up and take up space, and for all to join in the work of inclusion.
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          Des Allen '98

          Desiree Allen '98, Director of Strategy for the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, addressed the Winsor community during the school’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration. 观看记录 of her speech, which called upon Black women to stand up and “take up space”, and for all to join in the work of inclusion. 
        • Lylah Alphonse and Joanna Weiss

          Lylah Alphonse, former managing editor of U.S. 新闻 and World Report, and Joanna Weiss, editor-in-chief of Experience, joined Hailey Fuchs ‘16, political reporter for The Washington Post, for an assembly discussion on Race and Media Bias and The 新闻 of the Summer of 2019.  
        • Rachel Rollins and Karilyn Crockett ’91

          Rachel Rollins, Suffolk County District Attorney and Karilyn Crockett ’91, MIT Lecturer, Public Policy & Planning, addressed the Winsor community as part of the 2019 Annual MLK Celebration.
        • Dr. Linda Fleming McGhee

          Dr. Linda Fleming McGhee led a workshop with faculty and staff, Why Black 父母 Worry: The Independent School Experience for Black Families.  Underscoring how history impacts parent interactions with schools, the workshop shed light on Black parents’ anxieties, their implications, and offered constructive ways for schools to take action to address them.
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          Anti-Racism and Social Justice Resources

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          • Books

            Winsor has a long history of a faculty and staff summer reading on equity, inclusion and social justice.  This year, faculty will select a book of their choice from Ibram X. Kendi’s Anti-Racist Reading List to read and discuss in the fall. 

            Following are two books our faculty and staff have read, discussed and recommend: 
            • The Person You Mean to Be: How Good People Fight Bias by Dolly Chugh
            • Just Mercy: 一个 Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson

            Summer Reading at Winsor

            • 2020: Individual choice from Ibram X. Kendi’s Anti-Racist Reading List
            • 2019: Dolly Chugh, The Person You Mean to Be
            • 2019: Brown, Roediger, and McDaniel, Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning
            • 2018: 一个ngie Thomas, The Hate You Give
            • 2018: Gish Jen, The Girl at the Baggage Claim: Explaining the East-West Culture
            • 2017: Mahzarin Banaji and Anthony Greenwald, Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People
            • 2016: Bryan Stevenson, Just Mercy: 一个 Story of Justice and Redemption
            • 2015: Claude M. Steele, Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do
            • 2014: Independent School Magazine, Summer 2014, Thinking 关于 Difference: The Professional Approach to Diversity in Schools
            • 2013: Kenji Yoshino, Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights
          • Podcasts

            • Come Through with Rebecca Carroll15 essential conversations about race in a pivotal year for America.
            • Pod Save the People with DeRayOn Pod Save the People, DeRay Mckesson explores news, culture, social justice, and politics.  The podcast offers a unique take on the news, with a special focus on overlooked stories and topics that often impact people of color.
            • Code Switch. Hosted by journalists of color, this podcast tackles the subject of race head-on. It explores how it impacts every part of society — from politics and pop culture to history, sports and everything in between. 
          • Opinion

            历史 faculty and Winsor’s Director of Community and Inclusion Julian Braxton has always urged his students to “take a stand” and raise their voices on the issues of the day. He models that behavior for his students by regularly contributing letters to the editor.  Following are a few most relevant to the issues we face as a nation today: 

          • Take Action, Make Change

            Following are some ways that you can take action to help bring about change. 

            Add your name to a petiton.

            Write to you local and elected officals and let your voice be heard.

            Donate
            • Donate to organizations that combat racism.
            • Donate to Winsor's 公平和包容 Social Justice Fund, established in 2019 to support longstanding and continued efforts to teach, engage, and support anti-racism, understanding of unconscious bias, and social justice work at Winsor. The Fund supports programs, pedagogy and curriculum development, professional development, and more, to address issues of social justice, community inclusion and a deeper understanding of race and privilege.
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