For all New Jersey K12 educators, The E Pluribus Unum Project is holding its inaugural conference, the Black Asian American Solidarity Professional Development Event on October 11 from 9am-3pm at Princeton University Carl Fields Center.
Opening Remarks – Dr. Ruha Benjamin of Princeton University
Keynote Address – Dr. Beth Lew-Williams of Princeton University
Amistad Curriculum – Dr. Patrick Lamy, Executive Director of the Amistad Commission
Hidden Voices Curriculum – Dr. Khyati Joshi of Fairleigh Dickinson University
There will be ten options for “make-and-take” small group sessions for teachers and curriculum supervisors on Black history, AAPI history and Cross Cultural Solidarity.
Click here to register for this free training.