Teaching the Black Freedom Struggle in the Black Lives Matter Era
- Wednesday, October 20, 2021
- 3:30 – 5:00 pm (Online)
This K-12 professional development program helps educators and student teachers craft powerful anti-racist lessons on the history of the Black freedom struggle. Join Montclair State professors and educators from the New-York Historical Society for an engaging workshop that will include hands-on activities with primary historical texts relating to women in the Black civil rights movement. Our goal is to help teachers contextualize the Black Lives Matter movement in the long civil rights movement.
This program is free and entirely online. Advance registration is required and space is limited.
Professional development hours will be awarded.
Register Now: https://bit.ly/BlackHistory_2021
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Spotlight on Contemporary Antisemitism
- Friday, November 12, 2021
- On Campus at MSU – participants must be vaccinated and masked
- 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
This program is FREE and open to all K-12 educators, MSU students, faculty and staff who would like to become more effective anti-racist educators. It is designed to help teachers to teach effective lessons on the Holocaust and antisemitism, you’ll get guided, hands-on lessons and access to terrific teaching materials like video clips, maps, and photographs to use with your students.
Echoes & Reflections Workshop: Spotlight on Contemporary Antisemitism
Increase students’ awareness that antisemitism did not end after the Holocaust and provide them with opportunities to understand connections between the persistence of antisemitism in its contemporary forms and this historical event. Educators will also examine ways to help students explore the responsibility of all members of society to respond to and prevent antisemitism and all forms of hate.
Professional Development hours awarded to all participants.
Space is limited and will fill up!