From Barriers to Bridges: The Urgency of Justice‐Oriented Urban Education October 12, 2019
14th Annual SOURCES OF URBAN EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE CONFERENCE
About the Sources Conference
From Barriers to Bridges: The Urgency of Justice-Oriented Urban Education
The 2019 theme draws on Atlanta’s rich and historical legacy within the civil rights movement. Like others before them, activists like Martin Luther King, Jr., Coretta Scott King, Lonnie King, Diane Nash, and Bayard Rustin worked courageously to eliminate inequities and injustices that denied civil rights and liberties to communities of color.
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History of Sources
Learn more about the brainchild of Asa Hilliard and Susan Crim-McClendon
We present to some and introduce to others: Dr. Hilda R. Thomkins. Find out more about this wonderful woman right here.
Program schedule of registration, session times, and keynote speaker
Our 2019 Sources Conference is our best one yet! Click here to view our previous successful events to get a glimpse at what's to come!
Answers to your questions regarding the conference.
Events to jumpstart this year's main event: From Barriers to Bridges: The Urgency of Justice-Oriented Urban Education. Presenting: the Pre-Conference Events.
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For press contact and requests and other information regarding the lecture contact the Crim Center associate director, Dana E. Salter.