I Am America Series:Beyond Black History Month: Bringing Racial Justice Conversation Into Classrooms
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Wednesday November 11
12:30 PM  –  1:30 PM

Beyond Black History Month: Bringing Racial Justice Conversations Into The Classroom

 

When: Wednesday, Nov. 11th

Time: 12:30pm-1:30pm

Location: Zoom 

Price: Free w/ registration, $10 donation appreciated 

 

Please join the Muhammad Ali Center for our next program in our ‘I Am America’ Racial Justice series as we discuss ways to incorporate racial justice into school curriculum beyond just one month a year. Our panel will examine how teachers can create diverse, inclusive and equitable classrooms that go beyond merely acknowledging accomplishments of African Americans and people of color. Our panelist are Ashleigh Hazley, Assistant Director from the University of Louisville's Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice, Dr. Shelley Thomas, Assistant Department Chair and Associate Professor from the University of Louisville’s College of Education and Human Development, and Cassandra Webb, Senior Associate of Strategy and Innovation for Cities Unitied. Our moderator is Enid Trucios-Haynes, Director of the University of Louisville's Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice, and professor at thee University of Louisville's Brandeis School of Law.

 

For more information please contact education@alicenter.org

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