Rethinking, Revamping, and Revitalizing Black Histories in K-12 Schools


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This one-of-a-kind workshop guides educators looking to include more authentic, accurate, and complete histories of Black Americans, the African Diaspora, and more into their standard curriculum! This workshop is presented through a lens of rethinking the way we teach about Black histories; revamping the curriculum we use to instill Black critical knowledge; and revitalizing a love, respect, and positive affirmation of Black peoples throughout the nation and the world! Participants will walk away with increased knowledge and understanding of the diversity of the African Diaspora and how to create dynamic Black historical experiences for students which include not only the history of oppression, but Black agency, resilience, and JOY! Participants will also leave with a wealth of resources to help them not only teach their students about Black history but through Black history. Session Themes: Black history, ethnic studies

CPE Hours: 2 Date/Time: June 18, 2021 @ 9 am- 11am CST Location: Via Zoom Who Should Attend: K-12 educators