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Register for the Civics for All: Teaching About Civil Rights in Education Professional Learning Session

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.

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Saturday Session: Civil Rights in the 1930s and 40s 

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.

High School Chancellor’s PD Day: Confidence and Crises, 1920-1948

Engage with our new Women and the American Story curriculum unit, Confidence and Crises, 1920- 1948, and discover how women navigated boom, bust, and war.

February is Black History Month! Check out WeTeachNYC Resources

Black History is everyone’s history and these materials can be integrated into your teaching throughout the year.