Previous Teacher Workshops:
Beyond Emancipation: The Struggle for Civil Rights
Monday, June 21, 2021
Following the Civil War, Congress faced the challenging process of integrating millions of formerly enslaved people – who never possessed legal rights of their own. To understand this critical moment of American history, teachers will take on the roles of members of Congress and have the opportunity to make their own decisions about the future of civil rights in the United States.
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Woman’s Suffrage: Personal Expression as Political Action
Saturday, March 21, 2020
The year 2020 marked the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed all American women the right to vote. Our workshop considers the relationship between Congress and the suffragists, highlighting the ways that women gained social and political support through fashion, art and media. Participating teachers will explore how individual acts of personal expression inspired a political movement.
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Uncovering the Hidden and Lost
Exploring Historic Neighborhoods using Primary Sources
Saturday, April 6, 2019
As the cornerstone was being laid in 1793, the U.S. Capitol became the epicenter of the new federal city’s design. Streets, businesses and houses began to radiate out from Capitol Hill, and the landscape began to change. In today’s bustling, modern D.C., it can be difficult to find glimpses of original Capitol Hill features.
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