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THE ADDRESS by Ken Burns
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April 23, 7pm
KiMo Theatre
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Season 4
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“Many Rivers to Cross” Professional Development Opportunity

September 12, 2013

Teachers!

You are invited to a unique professional development opportunity!

Brought to you by New Mexico Office of African American Affairs and New Mexico PBS

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See a sneak preview of the brand new PBS six part special series:

 

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November 6, 4:30 – 8:30 PM
African American Performing Arts Center
310 San Pedro Dr NE Albuquerque, NM 87108

*Fabulous door prizes * Free lesson plan materials *
*Free gifts * Great food*

 

  • Middle and high school teachers only! – social studies, history, library/media specialists
  • Seating is limited
  • First 125 teachers to sign up will receive a $50 cash stipend to attend
  • You must RSVP by OCTOBER 25
  • To reserve your seat sign up here, call 505-277-2396 or email teacherhelp@knme.org
  • A limited number of travel stipends are available for teachers traveling more than 50 miles
  • Keynote Speaker Diana Dorn Jones, Executive Director of United South Broadway Corporation, founder of Albuquerque’s first university assisted community school and the Bosque Youth Conservation Corps.

Collect other FREE educational and curriculum materials provided by New Mexico Council for the Humanities – National History Day, Buffalo Soldiers Society of New Mexico and many more.

Major corporate support for The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross is provided by Bank of America. Additional corporate funding is provided by The Coca-Cola Company and McDonald’s. Leadership support is generously provided by the Abby and Howard Milstein Foundation, in partnership with HooverMilstein and Emigrant Bank. Major funding is also provided by the Ford Foundation, Dr. Georgette Bennett and Dr. Leonard Polonsky in Memory of Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum, Richard Gilder, the Hutchins Family Foundation, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Support is also provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and PBS.