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Sunday, June 17 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Humanizing Schooling In Detroit

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Learn how People In Education is humanizing schooling in Detroit. Educators, students, and media artists from DFS will share their lessons and experiences working in schools in Detroit. Starting off with a lively debate, we will share our media projects including the Out-of-School Project and our work with The Boggs School. Participants will leave with practices and resources for thinking about community issues in their classrooms.


Alondra Castañeda

People In Education
I am a youth born and raised in Detroit. I enjoy learning about issues that affect my community, exploring how art can be used as a powerful tool to teach others, and media making. I like creating music and visual art, and I think the love for my city

N8 Mullen

People In Education
Nathaniel Mullen is the director of Detroit Future Schools (DFS), a sponsored project of AMP. He joined the AMP team in 2011, as part of the founding team of DFS. Nate's work thrives at the intersection of art, education and people. For eight years, Nate has worked in classrooms... Read More →

kelly rickert

The James and Grace Lee Boggs School
Kelly is the 1/2nd grade teacher at the James and Grace Lee Boggs School

Sunday June 17, 2018 1:00pm - 2:30pm EDT
STATE HALL: Room 134