Carter Center Black History Month Events

Register today for these Black History Month events sponsored by the Carter Center for K-12 Black History Education

Saturday, February 13, 10am-11am 
Dr. Stephanie Jones “Curriculum violence, Black History, and finding Black joy through history”. Dr. Jones will discuss curriculum violence and how we can resist violence and find joy through Black history. www.bit.ly/2bmsx82

Saturday, February 20, 10am-11am
Dr. Kamania Wynter-Hoyte “Using African Diaspora literacy to heal and restore the souls of young Black children”. Dr. Wynter-Hoyte will present on using African Diaspora literacy to heal and restore the souls of young Black children. www.bit.ly/3q8av992

Saturday, February 27, 10am-11am 
Dr. Kim Parker and Aeriale Johnson “Teaching #blackboylit”. Dr. Parker and Ms. Johnson will discuss the project, #blackboylit, and talk about the various pieces of literature used to show the humanity of Black males. www.bit.ly/3ia5bg52

Saturday, March 6, 10am-11am
Black History Entrepreneurship and Education Panel Discussion. Learn more about how Black history can be used as a business while educating society. www.bit.ly/2xvb8822

  • Moderator: Janiah Hines, Slay it Proud
  • Panelist Freddie E. Taylor, Urban Intellectuals
  • Panelist Brandon Brown (Giot B), Schoolyard Rap 
  • Panelist Dr. Khalid el-Hakim, Black History 101 Mobile Museum 
  • Panelist Anecia Johnson, Amma Culture, Anecia Johnson Consultancy Group

Saturday, March 6 at 10:00am to 11:00am

Virtual Event
Event Type

Workshops, Open houses, Students, Diversity, Faculty, Staff, Panels/Forums

Departmental Categories

Education

Sponsors

Education

Department
Education
Contact Name

LaGarrett King

Contact Email

kinglj@missouri.edu

Subscribe
Google Calendar iCal Outlook

Recent Activity