Who We Are
A group of passionate educators working for peace and justice in our lives, classrooms, and communities!
This summer we created a guide for teachers to start implementing Peace Education easily in their classrooms! Please check it out and share!
Our group is to discuss relevant topics, learn from others, and create community.
There is a lack of connection for educators who are implementing peace and justice education in their classrooms in Calgary and Alberta. We want to create opportunities for sharing of resources and experiences to build pedagogy. Impacting change in schools and policy is not an easy task and we all need support to keep going.
Join us for monthly meetings and connect on our Facebook group!
Join our mailing list for information on upcoming events.
A Ploughshares Calgary Society Subcommittee
Fall Events. Stay tuned for more details.
In case you missed it:
Panel on Student Leadership and Activism with Nyakier Buong (Golden Mti), Chase Cardinal (Fridays for Future), Tanisha D (Fridays for Future), Erin Knight (Foundation for Rural Youth Empowerment), and Alicia Aikens (The Environmental Podcast)
Social Justice Mathematics and Science Curricular Resources for K-12 Teachers Compiled by Dr. Kari Kokka, she puts together hundreds of resources for teachers to start implementing peace and justice today!
Teach and Transform- educator Liz Kleinrock is anti-bias anti-racist educator and consultant based in Washington, DC. She runs a blog and an Instagram page that is highly educational!
Danica is a teacher and action researcher focusing on Peace Education. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Social and Cultural Anthropology and International Development Studies from the University of Calgary.
Danica is a lifelong activist who seeks to empower others. Danica is passionate about making a difference wherever she finds herself. She is knowledgeable in areas of development and white saviourism, racial justice, climate change, education, conflict resolution, peace education, and other social justice issues.
Sherra Molyneux has a dual background in communications and education. She is a community-oriented, inclusive educator who is dedicated to various social and environmental causes. She is a strong advocate for Peace Education and is drawn to creative endeavors that provoke critical reflection and community engagement.
Kiera is a St. Mary’s student-teacher and action researcher focusing on incorporating Indigenous knowledge and traditions in Canadian classrooms. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Studies, Anthropology, and History from the University of Lethbridge.
Kiera loves working with children and finding new ways to bring peace education and social justice into elementary classrooms. Kiera strives to encourage students to find their passion in helping others in inclusive and diverse environments.