Tag Archives: NAACP

The Confederacy: You have a choice

Reblogged from Jim Golden, an AP US History teacher: If you are confused as to why so many Americans are defending the confederate flag, monuments, and statues right now, I put together a quick Q&A, with questions from a hypothetical person with misconceptions and answers from my perspective as an AP U.S. History Teacher: Q: What did the Confederacy stand

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Can’t-Miss UK/NAACP Education & Civil Rights Initiative Virtual Conference

Talk with National Leaders and Experts! Register now for this can’t-miss virtual conference hosted by the University of Kentucky’s Education & Civil Rights Initiative May 7-8, 2021 Register here by Thursday, May 6, for Education & Civil Rights for the New Decade! Explore some of the most pressing issues of our time in this two-day, virtual conference. You’ll have the opportunity

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Tonight: How can we bridge the digital and health divide for students of color during the pandemic?

Expert panelists from the National Medical Association and the NAACP will share their ideas in a free webinar taking place Thursday, Oct. 29. The discussion will be moderated by the University of Kentucky College of Education’s Dr. Gregory Vincent, executive director of the college’s Education and Civil Rights Initiative in collaboration with the NAACP. The initiative is based in the Department of Educational Policy

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The Breakdown of New NAACP Education Initiative with Dean Julian Vasquez Heilig

The University of Kentucky College of Education is teaming up with the NAACP to launch a groundbreaking collaboration. Together, the two are developing an education and research initiative focused on educational equity, civil rights and social justice. Tonight on The Breakdown-UK College of Education Dean, Julian Vasquez Heilig. Please Facebook Like, Tweet, etc below and/or reblog to share this discussion with

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