Learn about how to bring the Black Lives Matter movement into your school, classroom, library or home in this powerful discussion on Wednesday, January 20th at 4:00 PM ET.
Black Lives Matter is one of the most important social justice movements of our time, but it can be daunting to teach in the classroom. In this conversation with four experts, we will explore tools to help facilitate learning around the Black Lives Matter Movement and its principles. Laleña Garcia and Caryn Davidson, author and illustrator of What We Believe: A Black Lives Matter Principles Activity Book join Jesse Hagopian and Denisha Jones, co-authors of Black Lives Matter at School, as they share their expertise on teaching Black Lives Matter in the classroom as well as provide an in-depth look into their books.
Find out about the Black Lives Matter guiding principles in down-to-earth, child-friendly language, supporting materials and resources for adults, as well as concrete actions to take within your community. Panelists will also share tips for addressing resistance from administrators or parents and making the case for participating in the Black Lives Matter at Schools Week of Action.
Whether you are a teacher, librarian, administrator, or parent, please join us for this incredibly timely and essential conversation!
Date: Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Time: 4:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM PT
Duration: 1 hour
How to Join: Register here. If you can’t join live, you can still register to receive a link to the recording after the webinar takes place.
Order copies of What We Believe: A Black Lives Matter Principles Activity Book when you register here and receive free domestic shipping. Order copies of Black Lives Matter at School for 40% off here.
Hope to see you there!
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Is there a recording of the discussion?
Yes! You can find the recording here.
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