Cambridge Report back from El Salvador: a Multi-Media Intergenerational Evening May 29
Join us on Wednesday, May 29, from 6:30-8:30 p.m., in the CRLS School Committee Room, 459 Broadway (enter on Broadway and nearest end of High School) for a report back from the 13-person delegation of CRLS students, alumnae, city staff and community activists who spent 9 inspiring days in El Salvador. Come hear their learnings, insights, observations on education, youth leadership, liberation theology, gang myths/gang realities, community organizing, the US “plan” for El Salvador, mining resistance, elder’s stories and solidarity.
Parking in Library Garage also accessed at Broadway.
The delegation included Educators, Organizers, Activists, Sister City founders: Laura Gonzalez, Hope Haff, Leigh Hardy, Van Hardy, Catherine Hoffman, Annery Miranda, Rachel Wyon; plus CRLS students and staff: Akhi Begum, Hannah Gibson, Metea Korenas, Sophia Santos, Filomena Silva and Tessa Tracy.
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What I learned about Education in Palestine A conversation with Sarah Measures
Tuesday May 28, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Central Square Library, 45 Pearl St., Cambridge
The Cambridge-Bethlehem People to People Project (CBPPP) invites you to an evening of information and discussion. Special educator Sarah Measures traveled to Bethlehem in January of 2013. In addition to meetings with educators at the universities and in the Aida refugee camp, she spent 4 days observing the new kindergarten started in collaboration with the CBPPP. She is delighted to share some of her impressions of the challenges and marvels of early education and special education in Palestine. The evening is also an opportunity to share ideas about on-going exchanges and ways to support for these efforts.
If you would like to see Sarah’s paper about her trip or for more information, contact CBPPP at email@example.com.