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Professional Development Workshop for Teachers. "Break Glass: Facilitating Conversations to End Hate."

  • Virginia Holocaust Museum 2000 Cary St. Richmond, Virginia USA (map)

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You are invited to attend Break Glass: Facilitating Conversations to End Hate a professional development workshop recommended for middle and high school teachers.

In conjunction with the Virginia Holocaust Museum’s Break Glass: The Art of V.L. Cox – A Conversation to End Hate exhibition, this workshop will provide educators with the tools to engage students in a dialog about diversity and social awareness as it relates to their curriculum and the everyday lives of students.

Participants will take part in workshops with the Virginia Holocaust Museum, Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, the Roberts Russa Moton Museum and the Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities. Teachers will also have the opportunity to tour the Break Glass: The Art of V.L. Cox – A Conversation to End Hate exhibition and the VHM’s core exhibits.

The session is limited to 30 participants. This workshop is free for educators and includes classroom resources. A certificate of attendance will be awarded to participants at the conclusion of the workshop. Lunch will be provided.