MOT hosts culminating session of the Service Learning Process




A student records her reactions to the Service Learning Process experience on a Graffiti Wall in the Museum of Tolerance’s Youth Action Lab.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, April 23, 2010

On Friday, April 23rd, the Museum of Tolerance hosted the culminating session of the
Martin Luther King, Jr. and César E. Chávez Service Learning Process. The program
celebrates the life and work of Civil Rights leaders Martin Luther King, Jr. and César E.
Chávez and showcases the work of Los Angeles Unified School District students and
their teachers who are honoring their legacy by participating in service learning projects
in their school communities. The program included a celebration of Global Youth
Service Day
at MOT, presentation of the Service Learning Projects, a musical
performance by the Bailey Music and Culture Collective and a luncheon. Participating
schools included Cleveland High School, International Studies Learning Center and
Washington Prep High School. This project is a partnership between the Museum of
Tolerance and the Los Angeles Unified School District History / Social Science Branch,
Secondary Instructional Support Services, and the César E. Chávez Education Institute.

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