Civil Rights and Social Justice:
Voices From The Young People
Summer Youth Workshop
Civil Rights and Social Justice: Voices of The Young People
This program is designed for people interested in learning about the contributions and sacrifices made by people who were dedicated to making change during the Civil Rights Movement.
Participants in this intensive workshop will be guided through four areas of development:
Each area will feature interactive engagement via lectures, oral history panels, artistic activities, individual and group workshops.
The workshop will feature field trips to civil rights landmarks in Jackson, MS; The Mississippi Delta; and other significant places. Students will also be encouraged to participate in a service learning project. Other benefits of the workshop include:
If you have a child or know a child in middle school or high school (7th – 12th graders), we are hoping that you will encourage him/her to apply for the workshop because we believe it is an outstanding way for them to advance socially and educationally.
Please contact Mr. Keith Lamont McMillian at 601-497-6175 or email: email@example.com
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
4101 Northview Drive
Jackson, Mississippi 39203
The workshop will feature field trips to civil rights landmarks in Jackson, MS; The Mississippi Delta
(Less than $17.00/ Day - Cheaper Than Childcare per day)
Subject to change
Mr. Keith Lamont McMillian
Executive Director, K D Mack Foundation
Mr. Kendetric Bradley
Mrs. Flonzie Brown Wright
Civil Rights Veteran
Mr. Frank Figgers
Mrs. Claire Howell
Mr. Hezekiah Watkins
1961 Freedom Rider
Photos & videos from our travels.
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