Are you a teacher or community educator?
Welcome to Learning Across Generations, a k-12 curriculum offering students a vibrant introduction to local, Black history. Developed in collaboration with a team of community mentors, Learning Across Generations is dedicated to disrupting conventional histories and cultivating rich, intergenerational exchange. Our staff leads creative, immersive workshops in schools and on site in Northside.
We are also proud to offer you Learning Across Generations Online, three virtual audio-visual, hands-on workshops for elementary, middle and high school students based on material in From the Rock Wall. Each comes with detailed instructions for teachers—and a new world of local Black history for students.
If you’d like to host a workshop, join the Community Mentor Team, or partner with us to engage students in the history beneath their feet, write to [email protected].
Ms. Esphur Foster introduces students on a [Northside Neighborhood tour] to freedom movement leaders, including her brother, Mr. Harold Foster.
Students from the Freedom School hosted by the Chapel Hill Teen Center and the Youth Organizing Institute gather on the rock wall in the summer of 2016 in honor of Chapel Hill’s Freedom Fighters.
Students march and sing as part of a Freedom Tour on their way back to Northside Elementary.