More About AEMS presents Arts Education Symposium on Anti-Racism

The 3rd Annual Arts Education Symposium on Anti-Racism returns on February 4 with keynote speaker Ivory Toldson Ph.D., national director of Education Innovation and Research for the NAACP, professor of counseling psychology at Howard University and editor-in-chief of The Journal of Negro Education. Participate in healing and learning sessions in affinity spaces with expert facilitators, collaborate in anti-racism arts education breakouts for each arts discipline, and more. The symposium is hosted by Arts Education in Maryland Schools, a nonprofit organization based in Baltimore that is committed to ensuring that all students in the state of Maryland have access to high quality arts education by mobilizing power to communities through advocacy programs, professional and leadership programs, and resource building and sharing. For more information or to register, visit Click for Details

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