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Educate & Elevate Part 2: Knowledge Is Power
This is part two of a four part series. You may request all four parts or any one individual part.
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Know better-to DO better. Join BGL and the talented Weary Arts Group for part two of our anti-racism series! This program helps participants break down what it means to be racist, and explores the rich history of anti-racism in the US.
Part 2 – Knowledge Is Power
History teaches us what we need to do for a better future. In this program we explore what anti-racism has historically looked like in the United States with the power of story and song.
- Program begins with introductions
- We then review the Sesame Street Town Hall on Racism
- We explore why “knowledge is power”
- WAG will read the story Lift Every Voice & Sing and lead us in singing The Black National Anthem
- Time is allowed for discussion around the story
- Musical Intermission with WAG
- Q&A with WAG
- Learn and understand what it means to be anti-racist
- Learn about how people in the past have combated racism with art and song
- Leave with new ways to take action and be anti-racist