While we have heard from many voices in the recent past, we want to make sure we hear from all who wish to share their experiences, questions, and suggestions for meaningful change toward anti-racism at OES. This Thursday evening, from 5-7 p.m. PDT, we are making space to hear directly from members of our community in a virtual Town Hall event. In addition, Head of School Mo Copeland and Board Chair Dan Drinkward '95 will share what we are hearing and what our action steps moving forward will be.
This is work that is continually evolving and expanding—but our community deserves to hear from us on concrete action steps. We are ready to hear, learn, and act. Your voices and collaboration will be an important foundation for this change.
This event will take place virtually on Zoom. Due to this technological constraint, we must limit the number of attendees to 300 and use the Chat feature for meeting participation. We will do our best to address as many experiences, questions, and suggestions as possible during our time. If you are unable to attend but would like to have your voice heard, you are invited to send us a video or audio file (no more than two minutes in length) that we hope to share during the meeting. Send your recording to email@example.com.
All of these submissions, as well as all written questions or comments shared during the Town Hall via Chat, will be documented and answered by the school as soon as possible. Additionally, the Town Hall will be recorded and made publicly available on our website.
Learn more and RSVP: www.oes.edu/actions-toward-anti-racism.
Please note: You must RSVP above to receive a link to join the meeting.