CJAHS Offers Teacher Training Workshop

The Chicago Japanese American Historical Society (CJAHS) invites Chicago area and midwestern region teachers to register for an upcoming virtual training workshop in April.

Educators Jean Mishima and Marlynne Nishimura will introduce their newly developed curriculum and lesson plans connecting the incarceration of people of Japanese ancestry to contemporary issues of racism. Please help spread the word to any educators in your circles!
The workshop will be most relevant to individuals teaching History/Social Studies to grades 6-12, and will be offered twice: April 17th and April 24th, 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Participation stipends are available. See https://cjahs.org/ for registration information.
Image contains text "Chicago Japanese American Historical Society" on a green background over an image of incarceration camp barracks. Below is the text "Building Bridges: The People of Japanese Ancestry Incarceration during World War II in Relevance to Racism Today. April 17 or 24, 2021. 10 AM to 2 PM CST. Virtual/Zoom. A professional development workshop for teachers. See https://cjahs.org/ for details."
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