Imaging Social Protests with Deborah Willis, A Two-Session Master Class (CTLE credits given)

Open to: All Full-time PreK-12 Classroom Teachers
Opportunity at a Glance: Survey images of the civil rights movement and recent social protests with New York University professor, Deborah Willis, in the first session. These images were intended to promote racial justice, end segregation, establish voting rights, and call attention to injustices within Black communities in the United States and South Africa.  During the second session, exchange ideas with other brilliant teachers.  Participants are assigned homework assignments to prepare for each session.  CTLE-credit is available. This program is free for public school teachers and charter school teachers.  Participants selection is by application and nomination.
Key dates:  Tuesday December 7th, 2020  and Monday December 14th, 2020 5:00p.m. – 6:15p.m.
Location: Virtual
Registration deadline: 11/10/2020

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