Collaborative Professional Development Opportunity

 

On February 13th Moton will participate in a new workshop, “Break Glass: Facilitating Conversations to End Hate.”

This workshop will provide educators with the tools to engage students in a dialog about diversity and social awareness as it relates to their curriculum and the everyday lives of students. The workshop will be held at the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts and the Moton Museum

Other organizations that are participating include the Longwood Center for the Visual ArtsVirginia Holocaust Museum, and the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities. Please visit the link for more information or contact Mindy Pierson at piersonms@longwood.edu.

VCIC Workshop Flyer

VCIC Registration Flyer

 

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