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Doing the (Art)Work: Building an Anti-Racist Curriculum Using the Arts

Presented by Columbia Museum of Art at Online/Virtual Space

Jul 30 2020
Doing the (Art)Work: Building an Anti-Racist Curriculum Using the Arts

The CMA brings together a panel of experts and educators with years of experience doing this work to discuss what anti-racism work looks like in the classroom at any grade level. Open to all educators.

Teachers at every grade level are being confronted with the realities of racism and asking difficult questions about how to tackle these conversations in their classrooms. In recognition that it is not enough simply to have a multicultural or tolerant classroom, but necessary to have an actively anti-racist one, the CMA brings together a panel of experts and educators with years of experience doing this work to discuss what anti-racism work looks like in the classroom at any grade level. Open

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