Dr. Marcia Chatelain

On September 20, Dr. Marcia Chatelain spoke to parents, faculty, and staff about where and how students are receiving explicit and implicit messages about race, gender, social class, sexuality, ability, and religion. In thinking about these messages, she helped the group understand the tremendous power they have in shaping not only how our children see the world, but also about their ability to demonstrate courage, integrity, and care for others who are different than them. The presentation also addressed the anxiety and fear we all feel when dealing with difficult topics in our families and communities.

Dr. Chatelain is the Provost’s Distinguished Associate Professor of History & African American Studies at Georgetown University. We were honored to have her visit with us at Stone Ridge.

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