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Educator Program

Virtual Event | Student and Youth-Led Activism with NYHS and CHM

Wednesday, July 14

In the past year, our students have witnessed and participated in the growth of social justice activism across the country. Through an exploration of the New-York Historical Society‘s Women & the American Story curriculum materials and the Chicago History Museum’s Facing Freedom in America online exhibition and resources, educators will have the opportunity to discuss ways to empower our students to take informed action by studying young activists of the past. Illinois participants will receive 1.5 PD hours.

Free; RSVP required. We will email you the day before the workshop to provide the course link and instructions for Zoom use.

 

 

 

 

 

Parents and students protest the presence of armed guards in Kenwood High School, 5015 S. Blackstone Ave., Chicago, February 18, 1972. ST-14003299-0004, Chicago Sun-Times collection, CHM
Parents and students protest the presence of armed guards in Kenwood High School, 5015 S. Blackstone Ave., Chicago, February 18, 1972. ST-14003299-0003, Chicago Sun-Times collection, CHM
Parents and students protest the presence of armed guards in Kenwood High School, 5015 S. Blackstone Ave., Chicago, February 18, 1972. ST-14003299-0010, Chicago Sun-Times collection, CHM
   

The Details

Wednesday

July

14 th

4:00–5:30 p.m. CST

Event Location

Zoom

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