Location: DAZ, Charlottenplatz 17, 70173 Stuttgart Participation fee: 10 euros, DAZ members 7 euros Language: English Registration: by May 10 via email@example.com
Since 2013 the Black Lives Matter Movement has advocated for a variety of social justice issues affecting black people, most notably police brutality. This training will provide teachers with a better understanding on the emergence and development of the movement. We will look at the role of images, police compliance and the impact of Donald Trump’s presidency on Black Lives Matter. In addition, Dr. Nicole Hirschfelder will offer a variety of classroom resources for teachers.
Dr. Nicole Hirschfelder is Associate Professor for American Culture and Literature at the Eberhard Karls University Tübingen. She has also served as a visiting professor at the University of Maryland in the fall of 2016. Besides teaching, Dr. Hirschfelder has published her first book Oppression as Process: The Case of Bayard Rustin. Moreover, she has published and presented on the Black Lives Matter Movement.
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