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Welcome to the 20th Annual Allied Media Conference!

Browse all 300+ sessions below on our online schedule. Please note: bookmarking a session on our online schedule does not guarantee you a place in the session. All sessions are first come, first serve.

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Ezekiel Joubert III

University of Minnesota
Ezekiel Joubert III is an educator, community involved scholar and creative writer. As a doctoral candidate in Curriculum and Instruction-Culture and Teaching at the University of Minnesota, his work with pre-service teachers focuses on how to make social change in and out of their classrooms by engaging in historical injustices. His research explores the educational challenges and visions of black rural communities near Metro Detroit, where he researches the ways in which black students and their families respond to and reimagine the contemporary educational structures that prevent equal access to quality education. His current projects include gathering life histories of black elders living in rural metro Detroit, forming an urban-rural Black Southeast Michigan collaborative with his younger brothers and writing a collection of speculative poems and short stories on teaching in underserved schools.
Ezekiel Joubert III is an educator, community involved scholar and creative writer. As a doctoral candidate in Curriculum and Instruction-Culture and Teaching at the University of Minnesota, his work with pre-service teachers focuses on how to make social change in and out of their classrooms by engaging in historical injustices. His research explores the educational challenges and visions of black rural communities near Metro Detroit, where he researches the ways in which black students and their families respond to and reimagine the contemporary educational structures that prevent equal access to quality education. His current projects include gathering life histories of black elders living in rural metro Detroit, forming an urban-rural Black Southeast Michigan collaborative with his younger brothers and writing a collection of speculative poems and short stories on teaching in underserved schools.
Friday, June 15
 

4:00pm

6:00pm

8:00pm

 
Saturday, June 16
 

11:00am

2:00pm

4:00pm

 
Sunday, June 17
 

10:00am

11:45am