No More Back Seats- Shifting Black History to the Center of America's School Curriculum

No More Back Seats- Shifting Black History to the Center of America's School Curriculum

Contact: Karin Kaerwer, Lecturer Education Department, kaerwer@roanoke.edu
Mrs. Alysha Butler, a national award-winning teacher of social studies in D.C. Public Schools, will join us on campus for a keynote address entitled "No More Back Seats- Shifting Black History to the Center of America's School Curriculum." Mrs. Butler is an esteemed teacher, scholar, and author in the field of education. Her most recent essay, "Why my Students were not surprised on January 6th" was published and shared by the National Council for the Social Studies. This is a free event for the Roanoke College and local communities. This event is free and will be in Bast Gymnasium where participants will be masked and distanced.

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