The Center for Black Literature is seeking a part-time program director and a teaching assistant for its Re-Envisioning Our Lives through Literature (R.O.L.L.) program. The premise of R.O.L.L. is that literature should be integrated into the English Language Arts curriculum in creative ways that may include drama, poetry, the spoken word, and story. The emphasis of this program is to incorporate African diaspora literature into the classroom. Through reading, studying, and writing about this literature, high school students build their knowledge base about literature from another culture, expand their knowledge of diverse cultures, and improve their critical reading and writing skills.
Learn more about the R.O.L.L. program HERE.