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Moving Toward Our History – The Importance of an Inclusive Curriculum

March 3 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Free

Summit Series – A virtual panel discussion on the school’s Facebook Live and YouTube pages. Joining Summit for this free, interactive, live discussion is LaNisha Cassell and Sean Donaldson, both from the African American Museum of Iowa; Dr. Ashley Howard, assistant professor at the University of Iowa; and Caleb “The Negro Artist” Rainey.

“Moving Toward OUR History” is part of the Summit Series promoting dialogue and learning opportunities with the school and the public that have included “Strategies for Young Readers” with Summit educators, and “Untying the Knot: The Importance of Cultural Inclusion in the Classroom” with authors Sandra Cisneros and Randy Ribay.

This event is open to all ages but will feature mature themes and subject matters. Summit strongly encourages parental involvement and participation in this virtual event that will cover race relations and historical events using language that may not be common place in our own homes. Parental discretion is advised. This event will also be recorded and can be viewed later.

Organizer

Summit Schools
Phone:
(319) 294-2036
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