Best Teacher Ever
FEBRUARY 6, 2021 • 1-2:30PM CENTRAL

Make Room in the Circle: Black, Indigenous, and Immigrants' Rights Youth Movements in Alliance, 2000-Present

with Dr. Wesley Hogan
Director of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University and
author of Many Minds, One Heart: SNCC's Dream for a New America (2007).
Since 2000, veterans of the 1960's freedom movements have worked to share their informational wealth with youth leading Black, Indigenous, and Immigrant Rights movements throughout the country. In this workshop, we will explore resources for teaching K12 students about the connections between the 1960s freedom movements and civic activism today among young people. These resources include SNCC Digital Gateway, film, role plays, and using oral history techniques in the classroom.
SPACE IS LIMITED TO 40 PARTICIPANTS. The first 30 participants to register and complete the workshop will receive a GIFT CARD to purchase Dr. Wesley Hogan's book, On the Freedom Side: How Five Decades of Youth Activists Have Remixed American History.

This workshop is eligible for hours toward professional development for the 2020-2021 academic year! Questions? Contact