Jun
24
Mon
History UnErased Educator Conference @ Middlesex Community College
Jun 24 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

PUTTING LGBT+ HISTORY IN ITS RIGHTFUL PLACE – THE CLASSROOM.
This intellectually inspiring training will prepare K-12 educators to present all students with a more complete story of America.

PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE

unique, high-quality instructional materials grounded in primary and secondary sources from the Library of Congress, National Park Service, National Archives, Massachusetts Historical Society, and more
reasonable methods and strategies for implementation of LGBT+ history
expanded understanding of who, and which groups, have influenced social, political, cultural, economic, and scientific aspects of our world
22 PDPs
*Email info@unerased.org for information about our micro-credential option to become a Certified History UnErased Teacher

Jun
25
Tue
QTBIPOC Survivors Retreat @ Old Oak Dojo
Jun 25 @ 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Come build community with other LGBQ/TI and non-binary POC, as we navigate through our journey of healing from child sexual abuse.

The Center for Hope and Healing and The Victim Rights Law Center invite you to join us for a groundbreaking, one-day healing retreat for queer, transgender, non-binary, intersex and/or gender non-conforming Black, Indigenous folks and other People of Color, who survived childhood rape and/or sexual assault.

This retreat is specifically for those who work in domestic violence, sexual assault or other anti-violence programs. Led by extraordinary human, National Trainer and Advocate, Amita Swadhin. Allow yourself the space to heal with others who can relate, the space to grow, and an outlet to empower yourself through story-telling, body movement and circle style community.

Note on the location: Old Oak Dojo: It is the second house, at the end of the road. Please come to the top of the driveway. The Old Oak Dojo is behind the house.

Questions? Tix sold out? Email Isa Woldeguiorguis, Executive Director of The Center for Hope and Healing, Inc.: Isa@chhinc.org

History UnErased Educator Conference @ Middlesex Community College
Jun 25 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

PUTTING LGBT+ HISTORY IN ITS RIGHTFUL PLACE – THE CLASSROOM.
This intellectually inspiring training will prepare K-12 educators to present all students with a more complete story of America.

PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE

unique, high-quality instructional materials grounded in primary and secondary sources from the Library of Congress, National Park Service, National Archives, Massachusetts Historical Society, and more
reasonable methods and strategies for implementation of LGBT+ history
expanded understanding of who, and which groups, have influenced social, political, cultural, economic, and scientific aspects of our world
22 PDPs
*Email info@unerased.org for information about our micro-credential option to become a Certified History UnErased Teacher