Subject: College of Education's Town Hall Meeting | What Is Education’s
Role In Black Lives Matter?
The College of Education’s Graduate Student Organization will be hosting a
Town Hall Meeting from 6pm to 8pm on November 18th to discuss the pertinence
of the Black Lives Matter Movement within the study and praxis of education
in the United States. The central question of the evening will be: what is
education’s role in current civil rights movements like Black Lives Matter?
The event will include: panel discussion on Black Lives Matter in relation to
education, large group discussion to focus on the thoughts and perspectives
of meeting attendees, and action planning with the group.
Food and beverages will be provided and we encourage all students, faculty,
staff, and the public to attend and participate in this important discussion.
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Event Date: November 18, 2015
Event Start Time: 6:00 pm
Event End Time: 8:00 pm
Event Location: Benjamin Building 0306
Contact Person: Nana Brantuo
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Contact Phone Number: 301-356-6338
Website URL: http://http://ter.ps/BLMTownHall