Author Visits and Events
The Skin on My Chin and other books By Michelle Chalmers
This workshop is designed to support participants in working with children in understanding human diversity. Through research, engaging and her own lived experience, Michelle works with participants to dive deep into the concepts of stereotypes, bias, implicit bias, microaggressions and colorblindness. This workshop includes pauses for reflection, role plays, dialogue and action plans.
Lexington Montessori School
Beyond the Cat in the Hat...Books for the 21st Century.
Michelle has been invited to speak to parents about the importance of talking to children about human diversity and racial socialization.
February 28, 2015 from 5:30 to 7:30pm
Race the Power of an Illusion
Wellesley Free Library
Community viewing and conversation
Where: 530 Washington Street, Wellesley
When: Wednesday, March 4, 11 and 18th
from 6:30 t0 9:00pm
The last Thursday of every month, join Michelle as she facilitate,
"Community Conversations about Race"
Wellesley Community Center, Wellesley 7pm
March 26, April 30, etc.
Carter Memorial United Methodist Church Needham, MA
March 28, 2015
Needham Hardy Girls Healthy Women
Webinar coming up in March
http://hghw.org/parenting-webinar-series/ype your paragraph here.
Please join Michelle Chalmers,
at the following events:
Register Now for "White People Challenging Racism - Moving from Talk to Action" a 5 week course. Find more information at WPCR-Boston
September 21, 2017 "Talking to Young Children about Race" a workshop for teachers and parents. Learning Circle preschool, Canton
Webinar "Raising Race Conscious Children" Coming Soon.
November 17, 2017 Cambridge Center for Adult Education, co-facilitating a workshop from her essay "The Liabilities of White Privilege- How White Privilege Hurts White People"
The Hingham and Wakefield METCO Programs proudly welcome Michelle Chalmers for an author visit.