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Unearthing Our Bias

Recorded On: 08/26/2021

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Come join the dialogue as we workshop methods to dismantle bias in educational theatre. You'll get to take an honest look at where our preferences and biases live within our personal experience and how they influence our teaching methodology, casting, and rehearsal process. Then you can use this knowledge to examine racial and intersectional representation in curricula and share best practices for fostering equitable spaces for your students. 

Jade Lambert-Smith

Jade Lambert-Smith is a theatre practitioner who is intentional about creating opportunities in the arts for underrepresented communities. She is the founder of PG Entertainment, a family-focused production company committed to developing innovative and inspiring arts experiences for today’s modern family. Previously, Jade served as the instructor of acting at Spelman College and as artistic associate, dramaturg, and teaching artist at the Alliance Theatre. She is a member of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee for Georgia Thespians, and she happily serves as the troupe director for Troupe #5395 at Tri-Cities High School in East Point, GA.

Lilliangina Quiñones

Lilliangina Quiñones is the IB Theatre and Film Teacher and International Thespian Society Troupe Leader for Troupe #5422 at North Atlanta High School. An alumni of the National Association of Independent Schools’ Diversity Leadership Institute, she has facilitated conversations on anti-bias education both at the local and national levels. She has served as Co-Chair for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Trinity School in Atlanta; Latinx Affinity Group Facilitator for the National People of Color Conference; and is currently a member of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee for Georgia Thespians.

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Unearthing Our Bias
Recorded 08/26/2021
Recorded 08/26/2021 Come join the dialogue as we workshop methods to dismantle bias in educational theatre. You'll get to take an honest look at where our preferences and biases live within our personal experience and how they influence our teaching methodology, casting, and rehearsal process. Then you can use this knowledge to examine racial and intersectional representation in curricula and share best practices for fostering equitable spaces for your students.
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