Dissonant Voices

Reclaiming Lost Narrative in American History

July 29 to July 31, 2014

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  • Potentially Dangerous—Italian American WWII Relocation
  • 1944 Naval Mutiny!—Port Chicago Fights Segregation
  • Wind in the Rigging—Voice of Maritime Women
  • Loyalty & Other—Japanese American WWII Internment
  • Race & Liability—Sinking of the Rio de Janeiro, 1901
  • From the Azores to Marin—Portuguese Dairy Farmers
  • On the Line—Maritime Labor Joins the Civil Rights Struggle
  • Walking Sideways—Archeology as Methodology


  • Milton Reynolds, Facing History & Ourselves
  • Lawrence DiStasi, Una Storia Secreta
  • Robin Walker, Librarian, ILWU
  • Elaine Elinson, Wherever There's a Fight
  • Ros Tonai, Grace Morizawa, National Japanese American Historical Society
  • Diane Cooper, San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park
  • Nancy Caplan, Stephen Haller, Leo Barker, GGNRA
  • Raphael All, Rosie the Riveter National Historic Site
  • Nicole Jung-Alexander, Linda Shatto, GGNRA

Award of $375 Stipend

Infuse more inquiry in your classroom! This workshop offers you a practical approach in using historic and community resources to provoke students to pose meaningful questions, apply critical thinking skills, and build their own historic interpretations.

How to Apply

Applications will be accepted through May 2nd or until workshop capacity is reached. A refundable application fee of $50 must accompany your application. The fee is refundable upon completion of the workshop.

Make your check to: Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy

and mail with completed application form to:

Lynn Fonfa, Education Specialist

GGNRA, Fort Mason 201

San Francisco, CA 94123

Link to application: http://www.nps.gov/goga/forteachers/index.htm

Questions? Lynn_Fonfa@nps.gov


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