Lincoln Charter School is pleased to invite you all to join Keystone Oral HistoriesBlack History 365, Dr. Stephen Jones, and Lincoln Charter to discuss The Need for African American Curriculum, live and over Zoom on March 3, 2022 at 5 PM. The seminar will be hosted at Lincoln Charter School. The event’s host, Bryan Wade, will embrace and discuss ethnic curriculum that he developed in 2017. You will also have the chance to hear from special guests Dr. Walter Milton and Dr. Joel Freeman of Black History 365, and Dr. Stephen Jones will enlighten us with seven secrets for good studying habits. 

Keystones African American Oral History Series was created in 2017 to enhance awareness pertaining to the history of African Americans and their contributions within the United States military and all other social endeavors. Black History 365 is an educational entity whose purpose is to create cutting-edge resources that invite students, educators, and other readers to become critical thinkers, compassionate listeners, fact-based, respectful communicators, and action-oriented solutionists. These two programs compliment Lincoln’s commitment to engagement in social-emotional learning and providing a world-class education. 

Spots are limited for the event so please follow the link to reserve your seat at the event If you cannot attend in person, please save the link to the Zoom as it will be live broadcasted as well. We look forward to celebrating Black History, and cultural curriculum together!


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