Event Policies

Personal Data and Privacy

You agree that LIBERATION75 mail contact you via email for matters related to your attendance at these programs. You also agree to receive information about future Liberation75 programs.

LIBERATION75 uses the personal data you provide in the registration for administering your participation in this Event. This may include information about the Event’s content, logistics, updates, and additional information related to the Event.

By registering for or attending this Event, you acknowledge and consent to be recorded or photographed and authorize LIBERATION75 to use your likeness, personal characteristics, and any other proprietary and publicity rights for any such purposes without the requirement of further notice, royalty, payment, or other compensation to or consent from you. This includes photographs, video, recordings, screenshots, written text or verbal comments/questions on the virtual platform, social media or emails (“Recording(s)”). By registering for or attending this Event you also acknowledged that all Recordings are the property of LIBERATION75. We reserve the right to use any Recording taken at our Events, without the expressed written permission of those included within the Recording.


LIBERATION75 reserves the right to change, amend, add or remove any of the programs for Teacher Professional Development or Student Education Day.

Code of Conduct

By registering for or attending the Event, you agree to comply with the following Code of Conduct at all times during the online programs.

The LIBERATION75 leadership and staff are committed to providing a safe, productive, welcoming, and vibrant learning environment to all participants. We welcome people from as many diverse backgrounds as possible. We expect our Events to be a respectful, harassment-free environment for all people. Participants are expected to adhere to these principles and respect the rights of others.

In that spirit, all participants at LIBERATION75 programs are expected to:

  • Exercise consideration and respect in your speech and actions.

  • Keep conversations professional, respectful and consider other parties’ points of view. In short, don’t make it personal.

  • Remember that the boundaries of good taste, humor, personal space and physical interaction differ from person to person; if you sense someone feels uncomfortable —be respectful of those boundaries.

  • Refrain from any demeaning, discriminatory or harassing behavior.