Neither the history of racism in the U.S., nor the practice of antiracist teaching, can be learned overnight: Primary Source believes that educators need to build expertise through ongoing learning and reflection.
With physical distancing necessitated by the current pandemic, Primary Source has moved all of its face-to-face programs online until the end of 2020. And with everyone moving to a virtual space, so have we. To ensure that we all stay connected while
We celebrated our 30th anniversary with Culture & Cuisine at Darryl’s by connecting with friends and colleagues while enjoying southern cuisine, live jazz, and a presentation by Malcolm Cawthorne, noted Brookline educator and METCO Coordinator, on Using
Opening Minds. Inspiring Change., our annual spring cocktail party and fundraiser, was a great success, with over 100 supporters and friends attending. The night’s program featured a conversation with Professor Martha Minnow.