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Learn about our educator's guide to Melba Patillo Bates' powerful memoir about the desegregation of Central High School in Little Rock.
Teaching current events can be challenging: the news cycle moves quickly, stories are complex, and the issues can spark strong emotions.
You're invited to a conversation with R. Derek Black, a former white nationalist, and Allison Gornik, whose intervention was critical to Derek renouncing his white nationalist beliefs.
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Our approach to memoir develops students’ literacy skills; promotes historical analysis and understanding of some of the darkest moments in history; and fosters empathy, perspective-taking, and other social-emotional competencies.