The Pulitzer Center is excited to partner with afterschool educators in using The 1619 Project resources to spark their students' creativity, teamwork, critical thinking, and media literacy skills. Explore engaging activities for afterschool spaces, opportunities to connect with journalists, and professional learning opportunities.

RESOURCES FOR AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMS

These activities for afterschool groups, hosted on the free Mizzen by Mott app, provide various entry points into exploring The 1619 Project. Students will examine the history and legacy of slavery in the U.S., and celebrate the genius of Black American innovators and artists.

AFTERSCHOOL PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM

Join a small cohort of afterschool educators working to connect resources and methods for sharing The 1619 Project with their student groups. This is a paid, virtual program for instructors and administrators.

HOST A VIRTUAL JOURNALIST VISIT

Pulitzer Center-supported journalists can facilitate conversations on themes related to The 1619 Project, discuss media literacy and the reporting process, and support career exploration. All of our guest speaker opportunities are free to afterschool programs!

CONNECT WITH THE PULITZER CENTER EDUCATION PROGRAM

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