‘PUSHOUT’ Panel Discussion ONLINE!

Westchester Children’s Association is deeply committed to promoting race equity in school discipline throughout Westchester County.  We have rescheduled our March 26th Screening and Panel Discussion of Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools which was canceled due to COVID-19 concerns, and reformat it to an online release

Registration for the link to our pre-recorded Panel Discussion is now closed.

Thank you for your interest in our online event. For further information about our work for Solutions not Suspensions and positive school discipline and learning environments, please view more on our website or contact us at wca@wca4kids.org.

View the ‘Pushout’ documentary for free on PBS.

Our June 2nd Panel Discussion featured:

  • Dr. Tahira DuPree Chase, Superintendent, Greenburgh Central School District

  • Michelle Nicholas, Executive Director, Girls Inc. of Westchester

  • Stefanie Shabman, Esq., Legal Director, Student Advocacy














For more information, please email wca@wca4kids.org

Read about our recent trip to Albany to lobby for the Solutions Not Suspensions bill in our latest eBulletin.