Courageous Conversations with Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither

With over 700 people registered, this workshop has reached its capacity. If you would like a similar workshop for your institution, contact Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither at or see her blog at

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Testimonials on when Krishauna offered a similar workshop as a solo presentation:

Krishauna, thanks so much for presenting today on Navigating Difficult Dialogues. I took nearly 3 pages of notes, and I look forward to sharing what I learned with my instructors!
​ Jennifer Ann Wooten, Ph.D., University of Florida

I gained a lot of insight and patience from watching the seminar of Dr. Hines-Gaither [on Navigating Difficult Dialogues]. Working in a minority based high school as a non-minority teacher, it is often assumed that I am prejudiced before opening my month. Dr. Hines-Gaither encourages us all to continue to be open to dialogue and humility as we deal with difficult issues in our school environment, as well as giving practical examples to apply the material she shares. She shares ways to give everyone a voice in the discussion and a vocabulary that is less intimidating for all. I heartily encourage anyone to listen, both teachers and administrators, to her presentation. H.L. Allen, High School Teacher

Dr. Krishauna Hines-Gaither



Recorded Webinar: Navigating Difficult Dialogues with Youth

If you work with students in any capacity at any level, this webinar is for you. Gain tools to discuss race, class, gender, sexuality and more? Receive strategies & dynamic activities to engage students in social justice dialogues. Learn today, use tomorrow. Testimonial from webinar participant: "Krishauna, thank you so much for presenting that great webinar ...on having difficult conversations. It was a great presentation, and our members have responded so positively!" Joseph Parodi-Brown, Ed.D.


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