Join Maryland Director Khaleshia Thorpe-Price at the
AEMS 3rd Annual Arts Education Symposium on Anti-Racism returns with keynote speaker Ivory Toldson Ph.D., national director of Education Innovation and Research for the NAACP, professor of counseling psychology at Howard University and editor-in-chief of The Journal of Negro Education.
Khaleshia will lead an anti-racism arts education breakouts for Teaching Artists.
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