We’re grateful to Moms Against Racism Canada for bringing this important panel discussion to our conference. We hope you will be able to come learn and participate at AdvoCon2020, our 6th education advocacy conference held September 17th to 23rd online, with recordings available after to ticket holders.

Tickets available here:

AdvoCon2020 Tickets

We are Moms Against Racism, Canada. MAR is a member based international non-profit organization of moms who strive to unify our parenting skills teaching anti-racism, equity, diversity and inclusion by: Doing the work. Starting at home.

Let’s Talk: A Conversation on How Race and Disability Intersect in Education

“How do I support my child during these times? Join a varied group of parents who will share lived experiences of raising racialized children with disabilities. Panelists discuss what youth really need developmentally in education from various perspectives, caregiver strategies for dealing with teachers, staff, administrators, parents, and other students, open up conversations with you to help reimagine education that is best for each child’s needs.”

You will learn:

(1) increased knowledge of the intersections between race and disability;

(2) caregiver strategies to enhance your child’s education;

(3) at least one actionable step you can employ this fall to support your child

The last 30-40 mins are dedicated to answering your questions.

Learn more about Moms Against Racism at


Read all the details about our conference here:

AdvoCon2020 Event Site


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