Diversity,Equity,Inclusion_1st_Edition

Things to consider when including the 1st Amendment

Understanding the importance of Freedom of Speech in consideration with Title VI, Title VII, and Title IX.

• Education and Title VI (6) [prohibits discrimination based on color, race, and national origin]

• Title VII (7) [relief against discrimination]

Title IX (9) [sex]

URL: https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/hq43e4.html; https://www.eeoc.gov/laws/statutes/tit levii.cfm; https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/tix_dis.html?exp=0

Foundation Individual Rights in Education

Curated by the fire.org (Foundation Individual Rights in Education). These resources outline ones rights to their freedom of speech in relation to civility.

First Amendment Library

Pod Cast/Freedom of Speech

URL: https://www.thefire.org/first-amendment-library/; https://www.thefire.org/free-speech-history- podcast/

Defining Social Justice / Racism is a Public Health Crisis

Synthesizing the social justice discourse in educational leadership, Furman and Gruenewald (2004) offer three shared meanings of social justice embedded in various ways throughout contemporary literature:

critical-humanist perspective,

• focus on school achievement and economic well-being, • and the narratives and values of the Western Enlightenment (see also Brooks, 2008b).

The increased attention given to social justice brings to fore a focus on the moral purposes of leadership in schools and how to achieve these purposes (Furman, 2003). As Evans (2007) observed, the scholarship of social justice supports the notion that educational leaders have a social and moral obligation to foster equitable school practices, processes, and outcomes for learners of different racial, socioeconomic, gender, cultural, disability, and sexual orientations backgrounds (p. 250). URL: https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.wpha.org/resource/resmgr/2018_folder/WPHA_Racial_Equity_Resolutio. pdf

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