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The National Museum of African American History and Culture aspires to tell the story of America's history through an African American lens. American history is made up of many individual, yet connected stories.
NMAAHC professional development programs are a resource for educators in which themes in American history are illuminated through the lens of African American experiences. These programs bring historical content to educators to stimulate their lifelong learning as well as strategies and teaching resources for the classroom.
Next Workshop, From 1866-1964: Examining Civil Rights Acts, Thursday, July 31, 2014
NMAAHC student programs are a resource for youth (ages 10-18) in which themes in American history are illuminated through the lens of African American experiences. These programs bring historical content to students to foster learning and a lifelong connection to museums.
Next Workshop, The Power of the Written Word: NMAAHC Teen Writing & Literature Institute, August 4-8, 2014
Video Conference with a Smithsonian Museum Teacher and bring museum objects into your classroom worldwide. Grades 6-12 will be led in a discussion to think critically about the objects that relate to the Emancipation Proclamation and what life was like in America during the Civil War.
Registration for local classroom programs is closed at this time. Please check back for future offerings.
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Upholding education to be the key to personal and societal betterment, we aspire to jumpstart creativity, to generate self-pride and to inspire life-long learning for diverse audiences.