Women's Day Program 2021
What do we tell our children at home and in public schools about the mass incarceration of people of color? What is the role of the faith community in addressing this issue? What are the economic and political benefits of mass incarceration?
Time & Location
Sep 25, 2021, 10:00 AM
About the event
"Mass Incarceration of Communities of Color: Understand the Past, Question the Present, Change the Future"
Women's Day Program
What do we tell our children at home and in public schools about the mass incarceration of people of color? What is the role of the faith community in addressing this issue? What are the economic and political benefits of mass incarceration and how do they continue to sustain our criminal justice system? "Mass Incarceration of Communities of Color: Understand the Past, Question the Present, Change the Future” is the topic that will be addressed through the prism of Critical Race Theory, as part of the Holmes Grove United Methodist Women’s Day Program. This event will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, September 25, 2021, on Zoom for Holmes Grove United Methodist Church.
"Interrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline,” is a national campaign of the United Methodist Women organization, which says, “To successfully interrupt the school-to-prison pipeline, we must resist efforts to criminalize children of color and move towards comprehensive, community-rooted solutions that offer genuine safety for all children.”
Our guest presenter is Carol Ann Moye, Ed.D., a Visiting Professor and Doctoral Program Coordinator at Howard University in the Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies. Dr. Moye has extensive experience in K-12, higher education, juvenile justice, and corporate management spanning 30 years. Dr. Moye develops and facilitates in-person and online training and coaching that integrates a deeper, historical context of social justice through the lens of the Critical Race Theory and Cultural Responsiveness Frameworks as it pertains to education, teaching, and learning.
Dr. Moye was born and raised in Greensboro, North Carolina and takes pride in being a graduate of James B. Dudley High School. Dr. Moye attended Howard University in Washington, D.C. for three years before completing her B.S, at the University of Maryland in Okinawa, Japan as a military spouse. She earned an M.S. in Special Education from Bowie State University in Maryland and realized her dream of being a graduate of Howard University with a Doctor of Education in Educational Administration & Policy Studies.
Dr. Moye is the mother of two, Eric J (Jamila) and Natasha Fontaine (Ty), and a first-time grandmother to Selene Olive Siebert.
Francine Scott is president, and the Reverend Dr. John Henry, Jr. is the pastor. Holmes Grove is located at 1100 Alamance Church Road, Greensboro, N.C.