City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo will host an exhibit and teacher training workshop for Los Angeles Unified School District teachers about the Armenian genocide at Los Angeles City Hall on April 3.
The teacher training workshop will be conducted by The Genocide Education Project–a non-profit educational organization–which will ultimately train more than 300 LAUSD world history teachers about the Armenian genocide. The workshop–which incorporates elemen’s of the iwitness exhibit in its lesson plans–will take place at City Hall from 8 AM to 3 PM on April 3–with the opening reception for iwitness at 5 PM.
The exhibit–iwitness–features striking portraits and oral histories of Genocide survivors and will be on display through the end of April. Iwitness will be on display at the City Attorney’s Office through the month of April. For more information–or to schedule a student field trip to the exhibit–please call (213) 978-8100.
To RSVP for the April 3 opening reception–please email email@example.com or call (213) 978-1575 by March 31.
See our Saturday edition for more information about the exhibit and teacher workshop.