2021 Fall Conference

Oct. 21-23

The Historic Davenport Hotel + Online

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Social Justice Task Force Resources

WSASP has identified and compiled these resources through the work of school psychologists across the state of Washington. These come from a variety of sources and are intended to help schools and families engage in constructive dialogue about social justice issues in the hopes that we can work together to shift the conversation from hate and violence toward understanding and respect. We will be adding to these resources over time.


Booklet

Speak Up At School- How to Respond to Everyday Prejudice, Bias, and Stereotypes

Author(s): Teaching Tolerance Publication

Tags: General Equity and Justice Information, School Level, Student Level, Booklet

Description: This resource serves as a guide for educators when encountering individuals in their school (student, colleague, parent) who use biased language. Could be help helpful for beginners to intermediate who are unsure as to how to respond in these situations


Testing and Assessment with Persons and Communities of Color

Author(s): Council of National Psychological Associations for the Advancement of Ethnic Minority Interests

Tags: Assessment, Foundational, District Level, School Level, Student Level, Booklet

Description: The monograph on testing and assessment among racial/ethnic minorities is the fourth in a series of monographs published by the Council of National Psychological Associations for the Advancement of Ethnic Minority Interests (CNPAAEMI) to address diversity issues pertaining to core activities undertaken by psychologists in service of the major racial/ethnic minority populations in the United States.


White Supremacy Culture in Organizations

Author(s): Created by Centre for Community Organizations, based on workbook by Tema Okun at Dismantling Racism Works

Tags: School Level, District Level, General Equity and Justice Information, Culture & Climate, Booklet

Description: This resource features a list of characteristics of white supremacy

culture that show up in organizations and is intended to spark conversations

about racism (including antidotes to racism) within organizations.




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