Teaching Black History Conference – Jul 28

Posted by Pulitzer Center on June 11, 2024

Join us at the Teaching Black History Conference in Buffalo, New York, this July for presentations on the work done by members of The 1619 Project Education Network, and how global health reporting can contribute to creating healthier communities.

Each year, the Teaching Black History conference, our signature event, convenes hundreds of teachers to learn the best curricular and instructional practices surrounding Black history education. We host expert speakers and entertainment, but the stars of the conference are our teachers. Each conference session is led by a classroom teacher who shares their Black history strategies. The sessions are interactive, so participants will have hands-on experiences to bring to their classrooms. We welcome community educators, parents, school-aged students, librarians, museum curators and anyone who loves to learn about Black history. Attendees are eligible for 24 professional development credits.

The conference will be held over three days: Friday, July 26-27 will be in-person. Sunday, July 28 will be held virtually.

Learn more and register.

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