Voices and Movements: The Ongoing Struggle for Black Liberation

3-Part Seminar Series

Dates

February, 2022 (Date TBD)
Location: TBD

March, 2022 (Date TBD)
Location: TBD

April, 2022 (Date TBD)
Location: TBD

Focal Skills and Dispositions

Textual analysis and interpretation; Empowering informed action; Developing cross-cultural sensitivity

PDPs/Credits

22.5 PDPs; 1 Graduate Credit ($160)

Fee

Partnership educators: $0
Non-partnership educators: $450 (plus fee for graduate credit)

Especially for educators of grades 5 and 8-12

The struggle for Black liberation in the United States is older than the nation itself and continues into the 21st century. In this three-part seminar, we will explore key and often underrepresented voices of the Black liberation movement.  We’ll investigate the environments in which ideas about Black liberation emerge, take root, and are set into motion. By engaging with the works of a variety of activists from diverse intellectual and artistic traditions, we will immerse ourselves in the ideas and emotions that fuel calls for justice and change in America. These sessions will include opportunities for reflection and conversation about intentionally bringing these voices into the classroom to inspire civic engagement and democratic discourse. 

Registration Information

Partnership Educators:

Registration must be approved through your school district. Contact your school district’s Primary Source representative with your request.

Non-partnership Educators:

Register using the form below.

Questions?

Contact Sara Clamage at sara@primarysource.org.

Registration is ongoing until the course is filled.

Registration