Critical Conversations on Race, Ethnicity, and History

We are pleased to share a new series of free webinars.  This series engaged participants in important conversations about issues of race, ethnicity, equity, and history. Webinar recordings are available, along with related documents. This series was sponsored in part by the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Program.  NEW Webinars will be announced in August!



July 14 at 7:00pm
Grace Leatherman, NCHE Executive Director
LaGarrett King, University of Missouri
Rethinking Black History
 
July 21 at 2:00pm
Candacy Taylor, Independent Historian and Author
Overground Railroad: The Green Book and the Roots of Black Travel in America (Session Video)
Library of Congress Document: The Green Book, 1936

 
July 21 at 7:00pm
Kevin Levin, Independent Historian and Educator
Teaching the History and Controversy Surrounding Confederate Monuments (Session Video)
Library of Congress Document: The Lost Cause
Library of Congress Document: Albion Hotel and Confederate Monument, Augusta Georgia
Library of Congress Document: Confederate Monument in Jefferson, Georgia


July 23 at 2:00pm
Andrea Kolb, Pennsylvania Department of Education

Teaching History to English Learners (Slides and Handouts) (Video Unavailable)

July 23 at 7:00pm
Maribel Santiago, University of Washington
The Complexity of Mexican American Racial Identity in Fighting for Educational Equity (Handout)   (Session Video)
Library of Congress Blog: Mendez v. Westminster

 
July 28 at 2:00pm
Josh Reid, University of Washington
Indian Hating and Treaty Rights (Session Video)
 
July 28 at 7:00pm
Luis Martínez-Fernández, University of Central Florida
Slavery and Resistance in the Atlantic World (Session Video)
Slides and resources
 
July 30 at 7:00pm
Ed Ayers and Annie Evans, New American History
Mapping Inequalities (Session Video)

 


About NCHE

The National Council for History Education provides professional and intellectual leadership to foster an engaged community committed to the teaching, learning, and appreciation of diverse histories.