Upcoming Workshops and Learning Opportunities

This website is only a starting point. We encourage you to seek out opportunities to immerse yourself in learning about the importance of anti-racism in education. We've compiled this schedule of upcoming free workshops hosted by well-renowned organizations to help you on your way. Hope to see you there! 

No Upcoming Workshops. Check out our Blog or Resources pages for more learning opportunities.

Western Maine AREA will be hosting An American Film Festival- August 2021


These films will be shown at 5:30 PM in the Community Room at Rumford Public Library with a discussion to follow:

August 3- Lost Boundaries-1949


August 10- Remember the Titans-2000


August 17- Pinky-1949


August 24- Guess Who's Coming to Dinner-1967


August 31- Loving-2016

Maine Memory Network's Exhibition "Begin Again: Reckoning with Intolerance in Maine" (Click here to visit the online exhibition)

A pandemic, political unrest, race-based violence, and drastic economic inequities in 2020 have spurred conversations about intolerance in America and Maine. During this crisis, many are asking, How did we get here? The answer is centuries old.

Watch the panel discussion on Youtube.


 Western Foothills

Anti-Racism Education Advisory 

 River Valley Students on Diversity and Difference 

Deadline: May 12

 Lift Every Voice and Sing 


About Us

The Anti-Racism Education Advisory Group comprises Western Maine educators, school board members, parents, and community members who are committed to supporting and supplementing the efforts of local districts to address racism and center anti-racism in their schools.



We'd love to hear from you

Jeff Bailey: jbailey@rsu10.org

Adelaide Fuller: adelaidejfuller@gmail.com

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