Courageous Conversations about Race and Identity
June 26 - 29, 2018
This institute will explore ways we can use history to prompt meaningful discussions about race and identity with students. The institute takes place in Grafton, VT. Alec Turner, born as a slave on a Virginia plantation, escaped and made his way to Grafton after the Civil War. We will use inquiry methods to explore primary sources, songs, and stories from his family as part of the institute. We will also work carefully with reading and discussion protocols to illuminate approaches to building an anti-bias classroom. Residential and commuter options; graduate credit available. Find out more at: flowofhistory.blogspot.com or by emailing Sarah Rooker at firstname.lastname@example.org
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