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No More Back Seats: Shifting Black History to the Center of America’s School Curriculum

A century since Carter G. Woodson’s 1926 introduction of "Negro History Week," most school-based curriculum in America continue to scrape the surface of the study of Black people’s contribution to United States history or approach the topic as an addendum. This presentation will demonstrate how to effectively shift the study of Black history from an outlier to the center of the narrative of the history of America.

Alysha Butler
DC Public Schools
United States


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