Join Minju Bae, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Predoctoral Fellow, will present her experiences conducting oral histories with an Asian/American building tradesman and an Asian/Americanactivist and share how Asian/American workers and organizers fought back to demand the desegregation of the work site.
Explore the rich culture of the Kwakwa̱ka̱ʼwakw (pronounced: KWOKwok-ya-wokw) people of British Columbia with this teacher resource designed by Bard Graduate Center.
Use this collection in your classroom during the month of March, and all year round!
In Anticipation of the Disability Pride Parade, and the related visual art contest for students, build meaningful conversations and a lesson plan around disability in your classroom.
Attend an evening at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum where they will highlight their education programs.
Black History is everyone’s history and these materials can be integrated into your teaching throughout the year.