Shifting Landscapes January 24 – Teaching Uncomfortable Truths

Our January Shifting Landscapes session in education ends on Monday, January 24th with “Teaching Uncomfortable Truths in Education.” This event kicks off at 7 pm at the Ludington Area Center for the Arts.

How do teachers address uncomfortable truths? Find out with our featured speakers are Ludington High School teacher Amber Nasson and O.J. DeJonge Middle School teacher Todd Schipper.

Shifting Landscapes events will continue to be hosted at the Ludington Center for the Arts (LACA), 107 S Harrison Street, Ludington, from 7-8:30 PM, and available via Zoom at mcdl.pub/sl-zoom. All sessions are free. Attendees are encouraged to register at mcdl.pub/sl-register. For further information check the library’s website at mcdl.pub/sl-info or contact Trahey at ttrahey@mcdlibrary.org or Portmann at baportmann312@gmail.com.

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1 Response

  1. Carolyn Schafer-Keys says:

    I’m very pleased to see this important series being offered in Ludington and open to the public. I’ve been unable to attend any so far but plan to attend on Monday Jan 24. Please register me.

    I returned in 2021 to live in Ludington after graduating hs in 1959 and living far afield. These topics are dear to me and my family.

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