Reimagining a Maiden Slave Ship Voyage through the Eyes of Middle School Students

Virtual Zoom Event

DIVERSITY UNITED presents Ahavas Sholom's (Newark) Composer Artist In Residence, award winning composer and writer, Walter Robinson, talking about the American Slavery school curriculum he created.  New Jersey law requires the teaching of American Slavery via the Amistad Act.  Yet, little has been implemented in the Newark School System and throughout the state. Walter will […]


Freedom Seeker, Colonizer and Enslaved: Immigration and Migration in NJ

Virtual Event

The New Jersey History Conference is an annual program that highlights the importance of studying and sharing state and local history and invites established and emerging scholars, educators, public historians, and a broad spectrum of social science and humanities researchers to present new research that facilitates greater public awareness of New Jersey history. The 2022 […]

Black Asian American Solidarity Professional Development

Carl A. Fields Center for Equality + Cultural Understanding, Princeton University 58 Prospect Avenue, Princeton, NJ, United States

Professional development for New Jersey K-12 educators about Asian American and African American history and solidarity.