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ReUNION: Education-Arts-Heritage is the only evidence-based, independent educational network with a comprehensive set of proprietary content for learners of African descent. It has presented documentary classroom content and exhibitions since 1992 across the nation and began a daily feed ten years ago. For less than a dollar per student, schools and districts can subscribe for content which engages learners and connects with unheralded figures in their own communities and families. During the Freedom Season from Jan. 31 to March 5, we present three 30-part series on the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments as well as an exploration of the California African-American Freedom Trail
This is the first time since 1865 that most Black students can not attend school. It is an educational pandemic as well as a public health crisis. Fortunately, ReUNION was already prepared to meet the needs of students with a distance platform. Last Feb.12, we presented to the Innovating for Equity conference of the California Deparment of Education. Download the presentation and our papers to the American Educational Research Association in 2013 and 2015. Most importantly, subscribe to our professional development, purchase the reference books and bring ReUNION's cutlural mastery to your families.
ReUNION founder John William Templeton gives a scientific understanding of the dates which shaped modern America.