Self-Evident Education: Antiracist History Curriculum

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Join Michael Lawrence-Riddell, Makeda Mays-Green, Jemelleh Coes, and Bayeté Ross Smith as they talk about the power of Self-Evident Education. Self-Evident is producing powerful resources for educators to use in their quest to help their students understand the histories and legacies of systemic racism in the United States of America. During the event we will view some of the Self-Evident Education resources and join in conversations about how to best use these powerful resources in various contexts. We will hear from educators and students who have piloted our engaging and accessible tools and invite you to join with us in thinking about how Self-Evident can have the biggest and most effective impact on our nation’s education. You will leave with a powerful set of resources that you can take and begin to use immediately in your classroom to help center, amplify, and elevate stories that have been marginalized or even pushed outside of the margins.

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Thursday, April 15 at 2:00pm to 3:00pm

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Lectures & Presentations

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Academic, Social Justice

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Students, Faculty, Alums, General Public, Staff, Graduate Students



Professional and Graduate Education
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