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FREE FOR EDUCATORS

A 3-part workshop on how to better teach the American Civil Rights Movement, presented by the National Center for Civil and Human Rights Education Department. This seminar is made possible by a grant from The Zeist Foundation.

Each workshop will be 90 minutes and include a presentation from expert scholars, educators, and filmmakers.

October 14, 2020

Deconstructing the Master Narrative
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
7:30pm: After Workshop Talk

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights Education Department is pleased to work with  Dr. Vicki Crawford and Dr. Hasan Jeffries on “The Struggle is Real: Teaching the Civil Rights Movement”. “Deconstructing the Mater Narrative” is the first installment of a three-part series for educators looking to expand their teaching on the American Civil Rights Movement. 

Themes explored in “The Struggle is Real” will include deconstructing the master narrative of the civil rights movement, reframing Dr. King to look beyond, I Have A Dream, and the utilization of film to create engagement around historic resources. Each offering will be 90 minutes to include a presentation from expert scholars, educators and filmmakers, followed by a Q&A session between participants and The Center Education team.

October 21, 2020

Reframing King
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
7:30pm: After Workshop Talk

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights Education Department is pleased to work with  Dr. Vicki Crawford, Dr. Hasan Jeffries, and Charles McKinney on “The Struggle is Real: Teaching the Civil Rights Movement”. “Reframing King” is the second installment of this three-part series for educators looking to expand their teaching on the American Civil Rights Movement. 

Themes explored in “The Struggle is Real” will include deconstructing the master narrative of the civil rights movement, reframing Dr. King to look beyond, I Have A Dream, and the utilization of film to create engagement around historic resources. Each offering will be 90 minutes to include a presentation from expert scholars, educators and filmmakers, followed by a Q&A session between participants and The Center Education team.

October 28, 2020

Utilizing Film in the Classroom
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

The National Center for Civil and Human Rights Education Department is pleased to work with  Dr. Vicki Crawford, Dr. Hasan Jeffries, and Charles McKinney on “The Struggle is Real: Teaching the Civil Rights Movement”. “Utilizing Film in the Classroom” is the third and final installment of a three-part series for educators looking to expand their teaching on the American Civil Rights Movement. 

Themes explored in “The Struggle is Real” will include deconstructing the master narrative of the civil rights movement, reframing Dr. King to look beyond, I Have A Dream, and the utilization of film to create engagement around historic resources. Each offering will be 90 minutes to include a presentation from expert scholars, educators and filmmakers, followed by a Q&A session between participants and The Center Education team.

Our Teachers, Panelists, and Facilitator

Seminar Directors

  • Dr. Vicki Crawford, Morehouse College
  • Dr. Hasan Jeffries, The Ohio State University
  • Nicole Moore, National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Seminar Panelists

  • Emily Keating, Kunhardt Film Foundation
  • Dr. Charles McKinney, Rhodes College

Facilitator

  • Jasmine Waters Page, National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Registration

Registration covers all workshop sessions. For more information or questions, please email us at [email protected].

In Partnership With

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