Crafting Freedom: Black Artisans, Entrepreneurs and Abolitionists of the Antebellum Upper South, simply known as “Crafting Freedom for K-12 Educators, is an NEH sponsored Landmarks of American History and Culture workshop. Media specialists, administrators, substitute teachers and others are also eligible to apply. Based in Durham, North Carolina, it will be offered twice: Session I: June 16 – 21, 2011 and Session II: June 23–28, 2011. It offers a $1200 stipend to cover expenses; seminars by top scholars, teacher mentors and artisans; free classroom-tested media and materials; tours to off-the-beaten track historic sites and archives, dramatic performances, a collegial-like setting and much more.
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