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Propose a workshop, lecture, program showcase, panel or short presentation to present at the Conference for Community Arts Education (Nov. 15-18 in San Francisco/Oakland, CA).
Deadline to submit: April 26
Khary Lazarre-White was the recipient of the 2016 National Guild Leadership Award. The author, attorney, and social entrepreneur is also the co-founder of The Brotherhood/Sister Sol, a youth development organization in Harlem, NY. He is also moderating our upcoming video chat Social Justice Leadership and Activism in Institution Building.
In his Leadership Award acceptance speech (video above), Lazarre-White explored the theme of "bread and roses," the idea that youth development requires both sustenance for the body and for the spirit. He challenged arts educators to provide that sustenance for the spirit, by building programs that help students understand their social and political environment and establish creative tools for navigating their future.
The National Guild's 2017 Online Learning Series includes webinars and video chats designed to build your capacity in leadership development, creative youth development, arts in education, and nonprofit management. The series is free for Guild members.
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