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Creating Brave Space Storytime with The Center for Cognitive Diversity
Trauma Informed Guest Lecture Series
[Image: Cover slide from ‘Brave Space Storytime: Navigating our obstacles with children’s stories’]
Brave Space Storytime
A recording of Saturday,November 13, 2021 guest lecture with Ashia Ray of Raising Luminaries and April Brown of the Center for Cognitive Diversity.
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[She/her] April is a parent, educator, child advocator, and coach for the Center of Cognitive Diversity supporting educators in shifting from a compliance-based model of education to one of liberation and place-based experiences. April is a co-founder of the Student Ignition Society, a growing community of educators developing social-justice-oriented practices in early childhood education.
[They/She] Ashia is a multiracial Autistic disability rights educator and the Head Custodian of Raising Luminaries, founder of Books for Littles, and co-founder of the Student Ignition Society. They are an Autistic mom born and raised on the traditional lands of the Wampanoag and Massachusett people, currently homeschooling a 7- and 9-year-old.
Companion resources for the discussions during our webinar, including recommended kids book lists, are listed in the Padlet under ‘Brave Space Storytime: Trauma-Informed Practices”
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