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Exploring Race and Gender through Historical Investigation
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When: 10/24/2017
9:30 am to 12:00 pm
Where: Maryland Historical Society
201 W Monument Street
Baltimore 21201
United States

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Are you looking for creative ways to engage your students in critical thinking about the local and world communities around them? Join the Maryland Historical Society for a behind the scenes look at how our unique collections can illuminate new perspectives for analyzing the themes of race and gender with students. The education staff will lead participants through the process of incorporating artifacts, documents, and digital exhibit elements into instruction. Topics will include slavery and the abolitionist movement, women's suffrage, the civil rights movement, as well as their connections to current events. Applicable Grades: 6-12. 


Presenter: David Armenti, Maryland Historical Society 
David Armenti is a lifelong Maryland resident, with a passion for sharing the state's unique history with diverse audiences. David has spent 10 years working in varied educational and museum settings including Baltimore County Public Schools and the Maryland State Archives. As an educator at the Maryland Historical Society, David has specialized in training students and teachers from all levels in the use of primary source collections for effective instruction.


Location and Parking: Park in Public Lot 1 block away or Street Parking 


AIMS Member Fee: $25, $35 after 10/10/17

Non-Member Fee: $40, $50 after 10/10/17


No Refunds After: October 10, 2017


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