Theatre of the Oppressed
The UNIS Human Rights Project in partnership with the Pulitzer Center for Education is pleased to offer a two-day training for teachers on to engage your students in the study of mass incarceration.
Participants will meet with NYC-based formerly incarcerated people and activists working on criminal justice system reform. They will also be introduced to an online, multi-media oral history project on mass incarceration featuring stories, videos and study guides that they can use in their classrooms.
and will take part in workshops on how to teach about mass incarceration through theatre, visual arts, oral history, media literacy, and role play.
United Nations International School
24-50 FDR Drive, New York, 10010
OCTOBER 6, 2018 (10am-3PM)
OCTOBER 7, 2018 (10am-3PM)
THIS TWO-DAY WORKSHOP WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE UNITED NATIONS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
STUDENTS IN GRADES 9-12 ARE INVITED TO TAKE PART IN THE PROGRAM.
THE PROGRAM IS FREE OF CHARGE FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS.
ENROLLMENT REQUIRES A FULL, TWO-DAY COMMITMENT.
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