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Awards and Festivals

4/12/2022 – Portland State University College of Education – Regional Emmy┬« nomination announced!

March 18-20, 2022 – Best of the Fest 2022. The Social Justice Film Festival and Institute in Spokane, WA presents Best of the Fest 2022, a weekend film festival of 12 award-winning films selected from the program of the 2021 Social Justice Film Festival.

February, 2022 – The film, Reflecting On Anti-bias Education In Action: The Early Years, has inspired many other initiatives. Here is a one by our colleague, Mona Abo-Zena from UMASS Boston.  #KnowBetterDoBetter- What Kind of Human Do You Want to Be? Commit to an Anti-bias Campaign!

10/5/2021 – www.ChildCareExchange.com
Anti-bias Film Premier

09/25/2021 – nwfilmforum.org
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09/25/2021 – The Sunbreak – A Moviegoing Lifestyle Magazine
A Review of Reflecting On Anti-bias Education

Summer 2021 – www.rethinkingschools.org
Our picks for books, videos, websites, and other social justice resources

July/August 2021 – www.ChildCareExchange.com
What Kind Of Human Do You Want To Be: Teacher Identities in Anti-bias Education

05/19/2021 – Portland State University College of Education
Update: Film on anti-bias education in early childhood reaching broad audience and winning awards

04/30/2021 – Defending the Early Years
A New Film You Shouldn’t Miss

04/27/2021 – Exchange Everyday / Dimensions Educational Research Foundation
Answering Questions About Anti-bias Education: What If All the Kids Are White?

04/11/2021 – The Early Link Podcast / Children’s Institute
Anti-Bias Education in Action

04/07/2021 – Exchange Everyday / Dimensions Educational Research Foundation
Anti-Bias Film Released for Free Streaming

04/02/2021 – Teaching for Change – Building Social Justice Starting in the Classroom
Anti-Bias Education

03/22/2021 – Teachers College Press / Columbia University
Reflecting on Anti-bias Education in Practice: The Early Years

10/26/2020 – Portland State University College of Education
A well-timed project: PSU partners on anti-bias education film

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