Virtual Learning Mixashawn

NEW FOR EARTH DAY!
DREAMS, DANCE, DECISIONS with Mixashawn

Through the words and music of Lee “Mixashawn” Rozie, students will engage in arts integration lessons and activities that utilize the concepts of Dreams, Dance, and Decisions to better understand their world and surroundings. An introduction to Indigenous philosophy and practices is highlighted.
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Virtual Learning with Cartography

MAP YOUR JOURNEY WITH CARTOGRAPHY

The co-creators of theater work CARTOGRAPHY invites students to consider important topics around migration. Students will answer these essential questions: “Why do people migrate?” “Why do borders exist?” “How does society affect migration?” “What “maps” do you use in your life?” and “Why do we tell stories?” in this video lesson with accompanying activities.
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A group of women wearing white and holding up signs reading what they Rise Up for: Love, Justice, Equality

Rise Up with Syncopated Ladies

RISE UP!
WITH SYNCOPATED LADIES

Fierce Footwork. Female Force! Join the founders of Syncopated Ladies, Emmy nominated choreographer Chloe Arnold & Maud Arnold to watch their video “Rise Up,” inspired by Andra Day’s song of the same name. The Ladies were inspired to create a dance that focused on women’s rights and getting all people out to vote.
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