[Blackstudies-l] Student Webinar: Racial Identity and Representation in Puerto Rico

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Webinar for Students: Racial Identity and Representation in Puerto Rico
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Join us *Wednesday, October 7 2:30–3:30pm ET* for a webinar with Natasha S.
Alford, who will share her reporting on how a surge of Black pride and
identification in Puerto Rico is fueling a revolution of political
consciousness for a new generation of Afro-Puerto Ricans.

Alford will discuss her conversations with Puerto Rican and
Afro-Latinx residents, scholars, and community activists on their
experiences with racism, police abuse, gentrification, and substandard
schools—and the resistance movement underway.

While this webinar is open to all students as well as their teachers and
guardians, it is *recommended for grades 6 and up*.

Want to learn more about Natasha S. Alford and her reporting? In this
lesson plan and instructional video
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students analyze how Alford used interviews in her published stories and
practice tips for conducting their own interviews on under-reported stories.
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*Thursday, September 24 5:00pm ET*
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*Online Wednesday, October 7*
Join us for a webinar for students with Natasha S. Alford, who will
share her reporting on how a resurgence of Black pride and identification
in Puerto Rico is fueling a revolution of political consciousness for a new
generation of Afro-Puerto Ricans. Register here!
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reporting on voter suppression in the 2020 U.S. elections, and how students
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