Education As A Civil Right: Past, Present & Future
Hosted by the Baton Rouge Alliance for Students during Black History Month. Held at the Manship Theatre, Shaw Center for the Arts focuses on affirming education as a fundamental civil right. Explore the past, present, and future of education and its impact on society. This in-person event will take place on Wednesday, February 21, 2024 at Manship Theatre. Prepare to be inspired by thought-provoking discussions, insightful speakers, and interactive sessions.
Engage in an evening that will explore:
Historical Insights: Reflect on the journey of educational rights through history, highlighting milestones in the struggle for equality.
Present Challenges: Examine the current education landscape in Baton Rouge, discussing the impacts of recent events and ongoing disparities.
Futurescape: Envision innovative solutions and collaborative efforts needed to ensure every child in Baton Rouge has access to an excellent education.
Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a community passionate about equal access to education. Connect with like-minded individuals, share your experiences, and contribute to the ongoing dialogue. Together, let’s work towards a future where education truly becomes a civil right for all.
Register today for this enlightening event and stay tuned for further updates. We look forward to seeing you at Education As A Civil Right: Past, Present, & Future!