UOTeachOUT Openhouse

What does a culturally sustaining and gender inclusive education look like? A Place in the
Middle shares one story of a teacher, a student, and a community thinking and talking about
the values of diversity and inclusion, the power of knowing your heritage, and how to prevent
bullying by creating a school climate of aloha.
Come watch the film and share in a panel discussion with native Hawaiian mahu,
Hina Wong-Kalu and award winning documentary film makers Dean Hamer and Joe Wilson.

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