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Aug 11 2016 | Posted In: King Institute
At the end of July, high school students from the East Bay schools joined our curriculum specialist, Risha Krishna, for a three-day workshop session at the King Institute. These workshops are designed to help students develop focus questions while engaging with primary source documents, many of...
Dr. Carson with historian Sara Evans and Terrence Roberts, one of the Little Rock 9, at the Opening Roundtable. All three are sitting down, Dr. Carson in the middle, Evans to his right, Roberts to his left. Dr. Carson is speaking and has his hands raised in the air to make a point.
May 31 2016 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson, King Institute
On May 19, 2016, Dr. Clayborne Carson traveled to Washington, D.C. for “The Future of the African American Past” conference. The directors of the newly constructed National Museum of African American History & Culture held the conference as an opportunity for historians to share research and...
Dr. Carson with filmmaker Judy Richardson at British Academy conference on Civil Rights Documentary Cinema and the 1960s. Richardson stands to Dr. Carson's left. They are standing in front of a plaque that reads "British Academy." Both are smiling.
May 31 2016 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson, King Institute
On May 24 to 26, 2016, Dr. Clayborne Carson served as a speaker for the “Civil Rights Documentary Cinema and the 1960s: Transatlantic Conversations on History, Race and Rights” conference held at the British Academy in London. This conference—held in memory of American social activist, politician...
Risha Krishna and teachers discuss. In the bottom left of the photo, the King Institute's folder can be seen. Documents and butcher paper are on the back wall in the photo.
May 12 2016 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson, King Institute, Liberation Curriculum
On Saturday, May 7, the King Institute hosted teachers from around the Bay Area for the Liberation Curriculum workshop "Looking Back and Looking Forward - Making Our Students Global Citizens." Facilitated by Risha Krishna, the Institute’s Curriculum Support Specialist, the workshop demonstrated how...
Participants in the conference pose with Dr. Clayborne Carson outside the venue. Bottom row, left to right: Clayborne Carson, Maria Varela, Greisa Martinez, Mary King, Todd Davies Upper row, left to right: Charles Taylor, Austin Belali, Maria Stephan, Jamila Raqib, David Hartsough.
May 11 2016 | Posted In: Clayborne Carson, King Institute
The Peace+Justice Studies Initiative (PJSI) at Stanford, in collaboration with the King Institute, recently held the conference "Ways to Justice: Perspectives on Nonviolence, Civil Resistance, and Self Defense" on May 6-8. The conference brought together prominent scholars and activists who shared...