tfclogoWhat Kids Aren't Learning

History Under Attack and Why It Matters 
Renee Poussaint
Renee Poussaint
Emmy-winning journalist
Dr. Bernard Demczuk
Dr. Bernard

Historian, teacher,
coordinator of 
Spirit of Black DC
Enid Lee

Dr. Khalil


Director of the

Schomburg Center

Jeff Biggers

Jeff Biggers

author, educator,

journalist, activist


Enid Lee

Dr. Enid Lee
Author, leader in

anti-racist education


Monday, March 12, 2012
14th & V Sts, NW 
Washington, DC 20009
 Busboys and Poets logo
With the recent ban on teaching ethnic studies in Tucson, Arizona, the work of Teaching for Change is more vital than ever. Students and teachers around the country, not just in Arizona, are being denied classes that teach the honest, complex, and diverse narrative that is U.S. history. With history under attack, now is the time to stand together to promote social justice, ethnic studies, and people's history in the classroom.  


Join us Monday, March 12 at Busboys and Poets as Teaching for Change hosts a special event to launch our Teaching Out LOUD fundraising campaign and discuss the intersection of current K-12 education and informed civic engagement. 
Tickets are $100 for the reception and event and $50 for the event only. 

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All ticket purchases are tax-deductible charitable donations to Teaching for Change. Download flier [PDF].

Teaching Out LOUD