Empower students to identify injustice with a literary and historical examination of Japanese American incarceration during World War II. This opportunity is eligible for CTLE credits.
Participants will explore resources for teaching about student activism in history, explore curriculum resources created by the New-York Historical Society on the history of segregation in NYC schools, and consider strategies for encouraging active civic engagement in students today using Civics for All curriculum.
Join us on Sunday, March 1, 2020 to provide feedback and recognition to budding history scholars. As a judge, you’ll review students’ projects, interview them, enjoy free breakfast and lunch, and end your day having fostered the spirit of inquiry and curiosity among the next generation of scholars.
In this hands-on workshop using the museum’s collections and materials from our Women and the American story curriculum, explore the challenges of and strides made for civil rights amidst New Deal policies and war on many fronts.
Explore new strategies and resources to breathe fresh life into New York’s immigration history.
Visit the original headquarters of Henry Street Settlement, learn about groundbreaking social reforms during the Progressive Era, and spend the rest of afternoon touring the Museum at Eldridge Street in this professional learning workshop.