Breaking Bias  “My part has been to tell the story of the slave. The story of the master never wanted for narrators.”             –Frederick Douglas


November 15, 2023 from 9am - 3pm

Breakfast and Registration begin at 8:30.

Workshop promptly begins at 9 AM.

Lunch will be provided.

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New Jersey State Bar Foundation
New Jersey Law Center
One Constitution Square
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

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Bobby Espinoza
New Jersey State Bar Foundation

Breaking Bias: Lessons from the Amistad

Part Two

November 15, 2023


New Jersey’s Amistad law requires African American history to be taught as an integral part of American history throughout the school year, not just during Black History Month.

This workshop will introduce participants to units 4-6 of our Breaking Bias: Lessons from the Amistad curriculum and offer strategies for teaching African American history from an anti-bias lens. These units address Jim Crow and the Great Migration, the dawning of the Civil Rights Movement, and the media impact on race and social justice. Lessons align with NJ Student Learning Standards for social studies.

We recommend that you have taken our Breaking Bias: Lessons from the Amistad Part 1 workshop before taking Part 2.

This workshop is free for educators. 5.5 Professional Development credits are available to educators who attend the entire training.

"NO SHOW" Policy: If you register and do not attend the workshop, we will notify you that you have been placed on the "No Show" list. Should this occur THREE times, you will be removed from our email list and all future registrations will be canceled. 

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