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John Dewey Society Annual Meeting

Presentation: What the #FergusonSyllabus Taught Me about Teaching Marcia Chatelain, Georgetown University Marcia Chatelain is associate professor of history at Georgetown University. She writes and teaches about African-American migration, women’s and girls’ history, and race and food. In her talk she will discuss her experience using social media to organize educators in a response to the crisis in Ferguson, Missouri in 2014. Chatelain will focus explicitly on the ways college professors can support the goals of the K-12 community. By focusing on the bonds among educators, she will encourage bridge building across various divides.

Earlier Event: April 6
Black Lives Matter: A Conversation
Later Event: April 7
Black Girlhood Movement Conference