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There IS A Balm In Gilead National Conference (MN Educator Track)

There IS A Balm In Gilead National Conference Minnesota Educator Track The Modern Civil Rights Movement forced the nation to re-think, re-examine, and re-structure how it dealt with issues of race, justice, and citizenship. Join Minnesota educators at the national conference, There IS a Balm in Gilead: Healing… Read More


BIPOC Educator Institute

BIPOC Educator InstituteNavigating & Thriving Professional Development Public Programs Partnerships Grants Books and Videos You’re Invited! Come join other early career teachers of color and American Indian teachers (TOCAIT) from across Minnesota for an… Read More


Teaching Bdote

Teaching BdoteTools for Teaching American Indian Content Teaching Bdote: Tools for Teaching American Indian Content is designed for educators who have attended, or are planning to attend, Learning from Place: Bdote. This workshop is especially useful for developing unique classroom content to align with Minnesota State Social Studies Standards. Offered… Read More


From Mountains to Lakes: Hmong Educational Forum

From Mountains to LakesHmong Educational Forum In honor of Hmong American Day (May 14th) and Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the Minnesota Humanities Center, in partnership with St. Catherine University and Concordia University‚Äôs Center for Hmong Studies, hosted this educational forum to broaden awareness and understanding of… Read More


Increase Engagement through Absent Narratives

Increase Engagement through Absent NarrativesDeepening connections. Empowering communities. About the Workshop Increase Engagement Through Absent Narratives is an all-day workshop designed for educators, school administrators, and business, community, and organizational leaders who want to build better relationships with their students, colleagues, clients and/or partners. Workshop participants will use personal stories, conversations,… Read More