Teens Talk is a new series of professional development sessions for secondary educators delivered by teens. This is an opportunity to hear from young people who are leading the conversation on topics such as racism, gender and climate change, and to reconsider what it means to teach and listen simultaneously.
This seminar will feature the creators of the Australian High School Anti-Racism Kit, a collection of strategies, resources, and guides that offer tangible strategies to reduce racism in the self, schools and society. These recently-graduated high school students will discuss how they developed the kit, how schools and educators can best utilise it in the classroom and beyond, and their hopes for a world where it’s no longer necessary.
Hosted by Elsa Rose.
Jinyoung Kim is the co-founder of the Australian High School Anti-Racism Kit, the first anti-racism resource for Australian high school students. He started creating an online resource with his friend and co-founder Sabina Patawaran in Year 12 in high school over lockdown, which has now developed into antiracismkit.com.au
Sabina Patawaran (she/they) is an 18-year-old Filipino Australian based on Dharug Country in Warrang (also known as Sydney, Australia). Co-founding the Anti-Racism Kit @antiracismkit with Jinyoung Kim in 2020 during Year 12, Sabina is now an undergraduate at the University of Sydney, majoring in economics and international relations.
Elsa Rose (she/her) is a queer, Jewish and Chinese woman of colour. She is an educator, facilitator, activist and performer. She is the co-founder of Hue, an antiracism & social justice organisation that provides training and consulting to organisations. Previously she was the Director of Training at Democracy in Colour and a program presenter at PROJECT ROCKIT.
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