Teaching the 1619 Project
Posted by Pulitzer Center on January 4, 2022
Nikole Hannah-Jones, Donnalie Jamnah, and Jake Silverstein host a candid discussion of The 1619 Project and how educators, librarians and administrators can engage with the new, bestselling books “A New Origin Story” and “Born on the Water.”
This event was sponsored by The New York Times’s education and library subscription program, which provides schools and communities with full digital access to The New York Times. To learn more, please click here.
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