Fuller Craft Museum reopens to the general public on August 6, 2020. Museum members only preview day, August 1, 2020. The online shop is closed.
Francie Latour, co-director of Wee the People, a social justice project for kids, caregivers, & educators will come discuss her workshop for kids called “Who Gets to Make History? The Story of Monuments and Statues.”
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Attendance to this event is limited, on a first come, first serve basis, so please register right away if you wish to attend.
What are monuments for? Whose stories do they hold up for celebration? Whose stories do they erase or keep hidden? In this workshop, Wee explore what monuments mean and reimagine how they can celebrate values of community, equity, and justice.
Latour will also discuss their remarkable Family Days of Action. Learn more at the website weethepeopleboston.org
Francie Latour, co-director
Tanya Nixon-Silberg, co-director
“Brick House” by Simone Leigh Photo: Timothy Schenck Photography
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