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Social Justice Trainings Minority Leadership - Phase 2
This module is part of our Minority Leadership Phase 2.
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Professional Learning

Power Language

Explore language as a medium for power and leadership in various social settings; examine which words convey strength and confidence and which convey the opposite.

At a Glance

Participants will study the denotative and connotative meanings of certain words and learn how to frame language to achieve a goal.


  • Positive School Environments
  • Professional Leadership


  • Be able to communicate effectively in a given language
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NEA Center for Social Justice

Last Updated: 03/10/2021


Audience Role

  • Education Support Professional
  • Teacher


  • Elementary School
  • High School
  • Middle School

Session Length

Sessions can be tailored to the needs of the state or local affiliate

Session Format


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This module is part of our Minority Leadership Phase 2.

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