Education Justice Alliance & Advancement Project is presenting two free programs in February.
Black History: The Fight for Education
Join Education Justice Alliance & Advancement Project for a celebration of Black History Month, and delve into the rich history of Black education.
The free event, Black History: The Fight for Education, takes place Saturday, February 11th, 2023, from 3 to 6 p.m., at Nexus, 1214 E Lenoir Street, Raleigh.
This interactive timeline will take you on a journey through the struggles and triumphs of Black Americans in the pursuit of education.
Enjoy delicious food and live entertainment, and come together to honor and acknowledge the impact of Black educators and scholars on our society.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn, grow and come together as a community in recognition of Black History Month.
Learn about more Black History Month events throughout the Triangle.
Short-Term Suspension Clinic
Education Justice Alliance and Legal Aid’s Right to Education Project are hosting a short-term suspension clinic to help parents and students understand their rights and the ways they can advocate against an unfair suspension.
The event takes place February 25th, 2023, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., at Nexus, 1214 E Lenoir Street, Raleigh. Please register here.
The clinic will provide attendees with valuable information and resources to help them navigate the suspension process. Attendees will be given email templates to use when communicating with school officials and attorneys will be on site to explain the policies and procedures related to suspensions. There will also be breakout groups on specific topics to provide attendees with more in-depth information and guidance. This clinic is a valuable opportunity for parents and students to learn more about their rights and the ways they can advocate for themselves in the face of an unfair suspension.
More Black History Month Events
Check out a list of Black History Month events and sites in the Triangle, or look at a quick list here: