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Enid Lee      

Anti-Racist Professional Development Specialist, Leadership Coach, Writer

Enid Lee is an anti-racist professional development specialist, leadership coach and writer. She consults internationally on equitable education and supports educators in preparing all students to create and experience a world with greater justice, joy and generosity.

Her publications include "Letters to Marcia: A Teachers’ Guide to Anti-Racist Education", "Checking and Changing My Systems for Equity", and “Anti-Racist Teaching“ in the "Encyclopedia of Diversity in Education".

She is the co-editor of "Beyond Heroes and Holidays: A Practical Guide to K-12 Anti-Racist Multicultural Education and Staff Development".

Lee has been the recipient of several awards for her path-breaking work in anti-racist education and community building among Black communities and immigrant parents. She received an Honorary Doctor of Laws from Queen’s University, Canada; was named Multicultural Educator of the Year, U.S and is included in 100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women.

Lee is a Virtual Scholar with Teaching for Change in Washington, DC and in real time lives in Toronto, Canada and Santa Cruz, California.

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