Our CommunityEd series gives Head-Royce students, families,  faculty, and staff
the chance to connect and learn together. From book clubs to guest speakers,
these events enrich our (currently virtual) lives. Join us! 

 

Please join the NIA committee on Friday, February 5 to kick off the School's celebration of Black History Month. Kwame Alexander will talk about his novels and inspire students to imagine a better world,  "one word at a time." The New York Times bestselling author of 32 books, Kwame Alexander won the Newbery Medal for his novel The Crossover
Be sure to register via Zoom here.

The NIA speaker series helps raise awareness and funds for the NIA Endowed Scholarship for students of color at Head-Royce. Previous speakers include Angie Thomas, Roberta Flack, and Melba Patillo Beale and Dr. Terrance Roberts of The Little Rock Nine. Learn more about NIA’s purpose and legacy here

On Wednesday, March 31, The CommunityEd Speaker Series and The Office of Equity and Inclusion present “An Evening with Angela Davis.”

Please save the date for a conversation between legendary activist, scholar, author, and Oaklander Angela Davis and our Director of Equity and Inclusion, Johára Tucker. Stay tuned for details on how to submit questions and click here to reserve your virtual seat. 

The CommunityEd Speaker Series is brought to you in partnership
with the Head-Royce Parents' Association.