Join us for a special discussion about bringing The 1619 Project to learning circles
The 1619 Project is a long-form journalism initiative developed by Nikole Hannah-Jones, writers from The New York Times, and The New York Times Magazine which “aims to reframe the country’s history by placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of Black Americans at the very center of the United States’ national narrative.”
This material is publicly available and has been a popular topic for learning circles since August 2020 when facilitators at Charlotte Mecklenburg Library shared a facilitation guide outlining how to work through the Project in a group. Since then, over half a dozen libraries across the United States have introduced this material to their communities through learning circles.
We invite you to join this special group discussion dedicated to using the 1619 Project for learning circles! We’ll create space for facilitators to share:
- Experiences with using The 1619 Project in learning circles
- Strategies for adapting the materials for different learners’ needs (accessibility, literacy)
- Advice for those who want to introduce anti-racism learning circles to their community
When and where?
We host our calls online using Google Meet. You do not need a Google account to join, and you can connect by computer, cell phone, or a landline. For tips, watch How to Join a Video Meeting (03:54)
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