Jones to keynote NSD Digging Deep event on equity and diversity on June 1

The event will be from noon to 3 p.m. at North Creek High School.

  • Wednesday, May 22, 2019 8:30am
  • Life

On June 1, Northshore School District will host Digging Deep into Equity and Diversity & The Unspoken Truths in American History.

This free community event, will focus on the question “What is equity and diversity?” It will also explore historical moments related to equity and the importance of multiple perspectives. The event will be held from noon to 3 p.m. at North Creek High School and is suitable for all Northshore families. Space is limited, so attendees are asked to please their ticket.

The community will have the opportunity to hear from independent education and systems consultant Erin Jones in a conversation around the meaning of equity and diversity and single-story projections. Jones will also host two question-and-answer sessions.

Additionally, attendees can visit Delbert Richardson’s traveling museum, The Unspoken Truths, which showcases artifacts that symbolize the African experience in the Americas and Europe. Jones will join Richardson for a second question and answer session.

Here is the schedule for the day

Noon to 12:45 p.m. – Keynote speaker, Jones

12:45-1:15 p.m. – Question and answer with Jones

1:15-2:15 p.m. – Tour Richardson’s traveling museum

2:15-3 p.m. – Question and answer session with Jones and Richardson

More in Life

‘He did so much for everybody’: Remembering Bothell firefighter Kirk Robinson

Robinson, remembered by loved ones as a selfless and genuinely kind person, died on Oct. 4.

The haunting of Hell House continues

Inside the sequel to “The Bothell Hell House: Poltergeist of Washington State.”

Bothell Kenmore chamber holiday dinner and auction fundraiser set for Nov. 8

The annual event is the chamber’s largest fundraiser of the year.

Cascadia college students make global impact through internships

Students traveled the world for internships and education this summer.

Cascadia College Campus, overlooking the food forest which is open to the public to explore and pick from. Courtesy photo
Cascadia first in nation for sustainable grounds

Cascadia’s campus grounds received the nation’s highest recognition in sustainability for the second year in a row.

Last year’s grand prize winner, Laurie Ascanioi of Bothell. Photo courtesy of Marella Alejandrino
Kenmore Heritage Society launches fifth annual Northshore Fun Photo Contest

The contest has expanded to include entries from communities within the NSD.

Jaeden Luke, 19-year-old singer-songwriter releases his first album, “Free of Me.” Madison Miller/staff photo
Bothell singer-songwriter releases first full-length album

Jaeden Luke, 19, has opened for Chris Isaak and Little Feat.

Wastemobile returns to Bothell Sept. 13-15

Bothell residents can safely dispose of hazardous household items for free.

Strong America tour makes a stop in Kenmore

Strong Towns was founded in 2008.

Art thieves come from all backgrounds

Former FBI art theft investigations manager speaks during Pub Night Talk in Bothell.