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Apply to become part of the Speak Truth to Power local fellowship in Indianapolis.

please complete the online form below. all applications must be submitted by March 25, 2019.

Speak Truth To Power is a curriculum through the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Human Rights dedicated to promoting the study and practice of human rights in classrooms across the world. Through the exploration of human rights defenders from a variety of countries, students come face to face with injustice and begin the process of organizing action within their communities. It is our hope that these students then become ripples of hope in living out the legacy of Robert Kennedy in his mission for peace.

During this one day training, teachers will be provided an opportunity to:

  • Deepen their understanding of Human Rights Education pedagogy

  • Actively engage in learning about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

  • Plan school frameworks, units, and/or lessons surrounding the STTP curriculum

  • Align Human Rights Education to state standards

  • Collaborate and network with area educators

This training will be held on April 12th at Kennedy King Park Center, located in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park at 601 E. 17th St. in Indianapolis. The day will begin at 9:00 am and will end by 5:00pm. Stipends are available for both the participants and their school to cover the substitute teacher expense. Limited spots are available. Below is the application for this initial training cohort. Please complete all fields and submit by March 25, 2019. 

Feel free to forward this application link to schools or educators whom you think may benefit from this training. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

Michelle Haddix
Lead Educator, Indianapolis, Speak Truth To Power


PLEASE SUBMIT THIS online FORM by March 25, 2019

Name *
Name
Phone Number *
Phone Number
Describe the nature of your work (Include how long you have been with your district and a description of the population you serve, courses and/or grades that you teach, as well as additional responsibilities/leadership roles that you take on.)
Describe your current level of knowledge about human rights education. If you are already knowledgeable, describe the level of engagement with human rights inside of your classroom. (The selection committee will not be using expertise as grounds for selecting trainees.)
What do you hope for you, your students, and your building to gain through participation in this human rights education training?
Demographic Profile
Number of years inside the classroom *
Are you currently working as a classroom teacher?
Race
Hispanic/Latino Ethnicity
Educational Background *
Check all that apply, and list all degrees and graduation dates in the field below.
List any professional licenses or certifications that you hold
List any languages you speak (fluently) in addition to English
Commitment *
I understand that, if I am selected to participate in this cohort training, I am committing to the following: