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Students Teach: Racial Profiling, From the Classroom to the Street

January 12, 2015 Leave a Comment

Public Event on Racial Profiling: From the Classroom to the Street

2229 South Halsted Street
SEIU Healthcare 
Chicago, IL 60608


This educational after-school event brings together a diverse group of CPS students, Chicago youth leaders, social justice organizations, CPS teachers, and other educators. This event will allow youth and educators to discuss how the events outside of school can and should shape teaching and discipline policies in schools. The event will provide some specific teaching tools that educators can use to continue the discussion/activism in schools and connect students and educators to existing social justice organizations, campaigns, and activism taking place in Chicago that is part of the larger new 21st century youth movement. 

Youth from schools are encouraged to bring their teachers and teachers are encouraged to bring youth from their schools in the hope that groups pursue ongoing activity and activism both in school-through ideas like service learning projects, lessons and extracurricular activites-as well as outside of school. Individual teachers and students are also welcome to attend and participate.

Co-Sponsors: Alternatives, Black Youth Project 100 - Chicago, Chicago Freedom School, Chicago Teachers Union, Mikva Challenge, Project NIA, Teachers for Social Justice, VOYCE (Voices of Youth in Chicago Education), We Charge Genocide


January 19th King Day Rally for:
Elected, Representative School Board & Sustainable Community Schools
Rainbow PUSH Headquarters
930 E. 50th Street
12 Noon

Email here to RSVP or for further information


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