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Electronic Field Trip: Lessons from the American Civil Rights Movement

Join New York Times best-selling author and youth advocate Wes Moore as he leads a special youth town hall discussion about race, racism, and other issues of equality.

Streaming live on Thursday, February 25, 2016 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Throughout 2015, events across the nation focused attention on concerns in minority communities and racial perceptions in America, resulting in renewed public dialogue about race relations and other issues of social justice. This ongoing dialogue includes not only questions about the policing of black communities, but also educational inequality and the school-to-prison pipeline, the LGBTQ rights movement, immigration reform, and the rebuilding of our communities. This field trip is brought to you by Alabama Public Television and American Graduate: Let’s Make It Happen.

 

Register for Episode Seven, Civil Rights Today.

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Webinar: Illuminating Social Justice Issues Through Authentic Student Projects

Join PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovator Michael Hernandez as he explores how teachers of all grade levels can design meaningful social justice projects.

Join on Thursday, February 25, 2016 from 7:00pm to 8:00pm

With today’s cultural and political climate, it is critical to illuminate stories about injustice and elevate voices that are marginalized in society. Michael will showcase project examples for a range of grade levels and share insight into their pedagogical significance. Teachers will walk away with strategies to support real-world connections and authentic learning opportunities for students to understand the importance of social justice.

 

Register for Illuminating Social Justice Issues Through Authentic Student Projects

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