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NW Social Justice Conference, October 29. Register now

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Dear Portland Area Rethinking Schools friends,

We are now less than five weeks out from the 9th Annual Northwest Teaching for Social Justice Conference. Have you registered yet? It just takes a minute or two. www.nwtsj.org.

Are you a member of a community group or education nonprofit and would like to table at the conference? Go to www.nwtsj.org and click on Resource Fair for details.

If you are in the Portland area, and are able to offer a room to someone coming to the conference from out of town, please contact Laura Czarniecki: lauraczarniecki@gmail.com

We will soon post the program for the day at the www.nwtsj.org website. Never been to the conference? Check out past programs at the website.

Thanks for supporting this annual festival of social justice teaching and activism.

NWTSJ Conference Organizing Committee

P.S. See the new Abolish Columbus Day resources posted by the Zinn Education Project: http://zinnedproject.org/about/abolish-columbus-day-campaign/.

Portland Area Rethinking Schools has a 30+ year history of working to support public education and progressive reform in the schools. We are teachers, parents, students, community activists and teacher educators who believe excellent and equitable public schools are essential for all students to reach their potential and for the creation of a just and democratic society.