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Special Exhibition Educator Night—#1 in Civil Rights: The African American Freedom Struggle in St. Louis
brochure: Civil Rights Educator Night

Date/Time: Wednesday, March 15 | 5:30pm–7:30pm

Location: The Missouri History Museum, 5700 Lindell Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63112

Cost: Free, but registration is required via the Tickets link below

Join us for a special educators-only preview of our new special exhibition, #1 in Civil Rights: The African American Freedom Struggle in St. Louis. Educator Nights include:

  • a behind-the-scenes tour of the exhibition (5:30pm–6pm)
  • a demonstration of our guided K–12 program
  • an educator debrief session in which you can workshop ideas to take back to your classroom
  • time to explore the exhibition on your own
  • a demonstration of our guided early childhood program
  • tours of the History Clubhouse, a space designed for preschoolers through 2nd graders (6:05pm–6:25pm AND 6:30pm–6:50pm) 

Please note: The format of this Educator Night is fairly open ended. With the exception of the behind-the-scenes tour and History Clubhouse tours, all other activities will be conducted throughout the night on a drop-in basis.

Workshop Facilitators

  • Gwen Moore, Exhibition Curator
  • Sarah Sims, Manager, K–12 Education Programs
  • Rachel Crouch, K–12 Programs Coordinator
  • Lindsay Newton, Manager, Youth & Family Programs
  • Katie Reinarman, Youth & Family Programs Coordinator
  • Museum educators
When: Wednesday, March 15, 5:30pm–7:30pm
Where: Throughout the Museum
How Much:Free
Brochure: #1 in civl rights for educators.pdf
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