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Drop the Mic: Supporting Cultural Relevance in Our Schools

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Newark Museum

49 Washington Street

Newark, NJ 07102

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Join us for a one-day, interactive conference on supporting cultural relevance in our schools. The day will include interactive workshops for educators, students, parents, and community members to share ideas, collaborate around best practices, and create new partnerships. In addition to some hip hop art elements, the day will also feature a keynote address by Teacher's College Professor Christopher Emdin, recent author of For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood...And the Rest of Y'All Too.

Tickets are limited to a certain number per attendee category (educators, community members, parents, and high school+ students), so get your tickets ASAP!

This event is sponsored and led by a collaboration of organizations including:

  • The Newark Museum
  • Victoria Foundation
  • Rutgers University Teacher Education Program
  • Secondary Parents Council
  • Teach for America
  • Newark Charter School Fund
  • Newark Arts Education Roundtable
  • Newark Mentoring Movement
  • Schools That Can Newark
  • Senator Teresa Ruiz
  • Braven
  • La Casa de Don Pedro
  • Marion P. Thomas Charter Schools
  • ANet
  • Jazz House Kids
  • And others!


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Newark Museum

49 Washington Street

Newark, NJ 07102

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