Educating for Change Conference

Keynote Speaker: Sister Mary Antona Ebo, F.S.M.

YOU ARE INVITED: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21

THIS IS A FREE, PUBLIC EVENT!

Sister Mary Antona Ebo, F.S.M. marched, with a contingent of 51 people from St. Louis, in Selma, Alabama on March 10, 1965. Come hear Sister Ebo share her inspiration and reflections on how she became involved in the civil rights movement, and what we can do today to insure social justice for all!

COME, LISTEN, LIVE, WITNESS!

Friday, Feb. 21st, 7pm

1800 Princeton Pl

St Louis, MO

  • 6 pm Doors Open ~ Light refreshments
  • 7 pm Dr. Jason Adams MRH Principal ~ Welcome
  • Ms. Karen Hall MRH Superintendant ~ Race, Class & Education in St. Louis
  • Mr. Philip Deitch STL250 Diversity Chair ~ Introduce Sister Ebo
  • Video Presentation
  • Sister Mary Antona Ebo, F.S.M. Civil Rights Leader ~ Keynote
  • 8 pm Q & A
  • 8:30 pm Dr. Jason Adams ~ Closing remarks

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

9th Annual Educators for Change Curriculum Conference: Saturday, February 22, 2014

Friday evening you may register for Saturday's conference, which includes:

  • $15 Registration
  • Poster displays
  • Workshops
  • Panel Discussion with Q & A
  • Light breakfast and lunch

Educators for Social Justice

You can register for Educators for Social Justice Educating for Change Curriculum Conference at this web address. We look forward to seeing you February 21 & 22!