"Something never to be forgotten": Stories of Race and Identity
June 26 - 29, 2018
How do we have courageous conversations about race?
How do our own perceptions of identity influence our teaching?
How do we use history to prompt meaningful discussions about race and identity with students?
How do we help students become empathetic leaders and agents of change?
During the four days we will work with these questions and along the way explore stories that connect the enduring human condition to lessons that can be applied today. Stories will be drawn from:
- The Underground Railroad
- The Civil War
- Daisy Turner's Family History
- Monuments and Memorials in our Communities
This is a 4-day residential institute held at the Grafton Inn. Meals and the cost of lodging at the Grafton Inn are included in the $750 registration fee. Commuter registration fee is $550. Graduate credit is available from Castleton State University.