Social Justice Through the Arts

Social Justice Through the Arts

By Noa Daniel

Passionate educators connect weekly to address questions, explore perspectives and learn from each other.

Social justice doesn’t have to be a topic we only cover through social studies or literacy. It can be discovered and uncovered through the powerful medium of the arts. What are some of the ways we can do this in the classroom? We are speaking to equity minded and anti racist educators about Social Justice Through the Arts on this episode of OnEdMentors.

Tonight’s Panel:

Anti-Racist Art Teachers@antiracistarted
Paula Liz
Dr. Reji Mathew@rmwriter
Katie Moore@_Ms_Moore_

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Noa Daniel

Teacher, Consultant and CBO at The Mentoree and Building Outside the Blocks, Speaker, and Children’s Book Author .

Noa Daniel MEd, is a classroom teacher in the York Region District School Board outside Toronto, Canada. Through her consulting work at Building Outside the Blocks, she creates personalizing projects and initiatives for schools, boards, and communities. Noa is the Co-Founder and Director of The Mentoree, a mentorship community for educators. She is also a blogger, a children’s book author and podcaster. Noa’s children’s books include Crazy for Canada, Old Timers: The One That Got Away, and her newest, Strum and The Wild Turkeys through EduMatch Publishing. Noa hosts OnEdMentors on voicEd Radio and the former show, The Personal Playlist Podcast.