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Local Outreach Initiatives and Teacher Training Workshops

Thematic day-long workshops for local K-12 teachers to learn about important topics in Latin America and the Caribbean and integrate new content into their curriculum. SCECH credit available.

No Human is Alien: Gang violence in Central America and Contemporary Immigration Debates

A curriculum development workshop featuring Honduran graphic artist Germán Andino

Monday, March 19, 2018, 4:00 - 8:00 pm
Lunch served at 4:00, program begins at 4:45
University of Michigan
Room 1014, Tisch Hall, 435 S State St, Ann Arbor

Registration Fee: $10.00
Included in cost: Lunch, coffee, a copy of the book Blood Barrios: Dispatches from the World’s Deadliest Streets, by AP Foreign Correspondent to Honduras Alberto Arce and illustrated by Germán Andino, print and electronic resources.

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LACS works with a variety of local K-12 schools to bring instructional materials and music and dance demonstrations to the classroom to spread awareness of Latin American indigenous languages and cultures.

For more information on this project, please contact Indigenous Languages Program Coordinator Howard Tsai at hitsai@umich.edu

LACS is proud to support the following local programs:

The Ann Arbor Language Partnership »

U-M Spanish Language Internship Program »

En Nuestra Lengua »