By Post Staff
The Post Salon and Holy Names University’s Teacher Apprenticeship Program (TAP) are sponsoring a reception in honor of Dr. Kitty Kelly Epstein, who has worked at Holy Names for the past 30 years training teachers and advancing the cause of public education.
The free event will be held Sunday, Sept. 17, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Geoffrey´s Inner Circle, 410 14th St. in downtown Oakland.
In addition to the reception, Dezie Woods-Jones will interview Dr. Epstein on the topic: “Teacher Activism During Neo-Liberal Times: Navigating the System to Save Public Schools.” An open discussion will follow.
Ms. Woods-Jones is state president of Black Women Organized for Political Action (BWOPA) and a former Oakland vice mayor.
To RSVP go to www.hnutapactivism.eventbrite.
Published September 8, 2017, courtesy of the Oakland Post