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14th Annual TSJ Curriculum Fair #TSJCF15

September 28, 2015 Leave a Comment

Video of #TSJCF15 "Countering the Attack on Youth of Color"
Keynote by Dr. Monique Redeaux-Smith

Teachers for Social Justice
Enjoy these images from #TSJCF15 by Bob Simpson - 
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TSJ CurriculumFair 2015

Enjoy these images from #TSJCF15 by Ervin Lopez - 
Please feel free to use the images for non-commercial purposes with credit.
More photos and videos coming soon.
The 14th Annual Teaching for Social Justice Curriculum Fair was Saturday Nov. 21

at Kenwood HS
5015 S. Blackstone Ave. Chicago

Download posters and flyers  HERE

Keynote Address:  Dr. Monique Redeaux-Smith, #FightForDyett hunger striker, CPS teacher and TSJ member 

Panel Discussion: Building Our Power: The Dyett Hunger Strike and the Movement for Education Justice: Prudence Browne, Jitu Brown, Pauline Lipman, Jeanette Taylor-Ramann

Spoken Word Performance: Ethan Viets-VanLear. We Charge Genocide

Click here for full workshop schedule. 

Click here for our "About the Curriculum Fair" document to answer your questions about the CF.

You can view and share our Google Slides presentation about the curriculum fair here

Watch a short video from the 2010 CF here

You can download flyers to help us promote the CF here

Join hundreds of fellow defenders and transformers at the Curriculum Fair:

Curriculum Tables. Curriculum Tables are tables where (usually) teachers come to share/exhibit curriculum, bring student work, lesson plans, handouts, etc., and often bring students as well! 

Resource Tables. These tables are usually for organizations that produce curriculum and resources for teachers and want to share them w/ others

Workshops. Although the main focus of the CF is person-to-person contact through the exhibitors at their tables, we also have a limited number of workshops.

If you would like to volunteer to help put the CF together...for example, helping with outreach, media/social media, documentation, setup, cleanup, registration, food, Spanish-English translation, or more...email us here. You can also volunteer through the individual registration form, when you register. So remember...click here to register!!

Follow the #TSJCF15 hashtag on twitter to stay connected. 


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