SATURDAY, JAN 20, 2018
This four-hour workshop examines the political, economic, and legal conditions that brought Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr to Memphis in 1968. Topics will include the challenges of poverty, unemployment, lack of education, and the strike of the sanitation workers that propelled Memphis to the front of the Civil Rights Movement. Facing History and Ourselves will use multimedia resources to explore the impact King had on civil and human rights in the United States and what work still needs to be done to realize his “dream.” The workshop is open to educators and to the community. It is especially relevant for staff and volunteers working with community organizations that work directly with youth.
Jan. 20, 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Clayborn Temple, 294 Hernando St, Memphis, TN 38126
Facing History and Ourselves
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THURSDAY, JAN 3, 2019
Join us for our annual discussion of key education topics likely to surface during the upcoming legislative session. We'll hear directly from legislators about how they plan to address school funding, accountability, and mental health needs — and how the new Democratic majority changes the political dynamic under the Golden Dome. A Q&A will follow the discussion.
Jan. 3, 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM
Terrace Room, 1380 Lawrence St., Denver, CO 80204
$15 through Dec. 19, then $18