This workshop will offer new classroom-ready resources and discussion strategies to help build a more inclusive curriculum and use history to ground and inform conversations about community action for equity in education.
Join us to learn about what we are working on and provide your valued feedback at one of our upcoming focus groups.
View The Baroness Hyde De Neuville’s illuminating work and discuss its classroom application during a tour of Artist in Exile: The Visual Diary of Baroness Hyde De Neuville.
We will study the role of art in fighting for social change in the 20th century through the visual language of the suffrage movement, anarchist and socialist songs, and diverse ephemera related to the civil rights causes.
Using life stories of LGBTQ+ individuals, primary sources from our collections, and artifacts from our Stonewall 50 exhibition, discuss strategies for integrating LGBTQ+ histories into your social studies curriculum from the early colonial period through the present.
Tour our exhibition Panoramas: The Big Picture and study our collection of historic maps to learn how these sources tell stories that help students understand New York City then and now.