the ART of Social Justice
IDEA Consultant Noelle Diane Johnson from Artists Heal will lead the first pre-show discussion of the season. HAIR includes multiple social justice themes that still are relevant today, so we will dive into some of those topics to facilitate modern-day conversations for the classroom and beyond. While teachers can earn professional development credits for attending, this discussion is free and open to the public.
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The ART of Social Justice is a timely collaboration between Project Write Now, the T. Thomas Fortune Cultural Center and Two River Theater, offering professional development for teachers with social justice at the forefront: an invaluable one-stop-shop for educators seeking support as well as lesson plans and curriculum.
There’s no such thing as a neutral education. Education either functions as an instrument to bring about conformity or freedom.
~ Paolo Freire