Decoding and Disrupting Dominant Narratives
Rescheduled from December 17. Please note that this workshop will take place at the Department of Administration located at One Capitol Hill, Providence. We will be meeting in Conference Room A on the second floor.
Together we will explore popular children's books and other media as opportunities to notice, critically read, and disrupt dominant narratives with kids around race, gender, ethnicity, LGBTQ identity, immigrant identity, and other marginalized identities.
About Wee The People
Wee The People (WTP) is a Boston-based social justice project for children ages 4-12. Launched in 2015 by two Black mothers, WTP organizes free, interactive workshops and events that explore activism, resistance, and social action through the visual and performing arts: music, dance/movement, theater, graphic arts, spoken word, and storytelling. Learn more at www.weethepeopleboston.org.
If any reasonable accommodation is needed to ensure equal access or participation, contact the Office of Library and Information Services at (401) 574-9300 not less than three (3) business days in advance of the meeting or program date. More advanced notice is highly advisable.
Related LibGuide: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion by Nicolette Baffoni
- Monday, March 23, 2020
- 6:30pm - 8:30pm
- OLIS- Department of Administration
- Wee the People
- Event Type:
- OLIS Continuing Education