Attend an experiential pedagogy conference on strategies to introduce and weave historical topics into the world language and social sciences curricula in grades 7-16 and beyond.
Trace how Indigenous New Yorkers are shaping the city’s cultural and political institutions, reclaiming urban spaces, and building community in the Museum’s new exhibition, Urban Indian: Native New York Now.
Participate in a day-long workshop at the United Nations featuring a tour of the UN disarmament exhibit; testimony by a 2nd generation A-bomb survivor; an overview of the new normalcy of nuclear war and more.
Using primary sources from our Women & the American Story curriculum, discuss how women experienced this concept differently across race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status.
Explore how to empower students to engage with the legacies of Reconstruction critically, through a lens of historical knowledge and ethical reflection.
Explore a series of essays, images, stories, and poems that challenge readers to reframe their understanding of U.S. history by considering 1619 as the start of this nation’s story.