Inspiring Crucial Conversations
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Now, more than ever, we all must foster honest and appropriate dialogue about our experiences in the country we love—not shy away from it. At Stride, we want to do our part. That’s why we’ve created One Voice: a curriculum designed to promote teacher and student discussions of the current social climate in our country.
By using historical facts as a basis for discussion, this course attempts to foster an environment of understanding and mutual respect for others. It’s also designed with grade-level appropriate content in mind. It’s important to note that the topics in One Voice go beyond racial relations; they examine issues related to acceptance and inclusion for people of all backgrounds.
We hope teachers, students, administrators, and others find this course helpful in understanding our past and how it impacts today’s society. We hope it provides a solid basis for ALL people to exchange thoughts in a positive and constructive environment. And we hope that our continued efforts to bridge the differences that divide our communities will help build a better, stronger, more inclusive nation.
One Voice Contributors
Stride's vision for One Voice was brought to life by an advisory council of dynamic practitioners, academics, and non-profit leaders, all of whom contributed their unique perspectives and skills. One Voice curriculum developers and reviewers were chosen for their expertise in areas of inclusion and equity practices as well as digital learning. In keeping with Stride's commitment to fostering inclusive business practices, our panel includes representatives from minority-owned companies and organizations. Get to know our distinguished panel of contributors below.
Dr. Qiana Cutts Givens
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Dr. Sherri Wilson, R.N.