Dr. John Giggie will address the National Conference on Citizenship‘s Learn, Ask, & Share Circle this Wednesday, October 14, at 1 pm CDT.
Giggie will discuss his work designing and teaching History of Us, the first Black History course taught in an Alabama public school. Joining him will be Ms. Margaret Lawson, education/history graduate student and co-creator, and two alums, Ms. Delphia McGraw and Ms. Noa Jordan.
Registration is free for this online event. Details are available at the National Conference on Citizenship’s Eventbrite site.
NCoC’s Learn, Ask, & Share Circles are an initiative focused on bringing community leaders together to share information, tools, and resources to adapt our democracy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Throughout this initiative, NCoC organizes national and community leaders around various topics that advance full participation in our democracy.