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7 Page 12, The Tuskegee News, July 25, 2019 By DANIEI E DAVIS Tuskegee News Staff The Tuskegee History Center the 18. The teachers as part of a program "Stony the road we trod: A1- Bouyer, the developer of the program. All of this was made possible by the National Endowment for the - Humanities Grant, she ex- plained. - ' rhere are 30 teachers here- today, from California to Ver- mont," she added. they As part of the =Stony from across the omttry role in the modern Civil Rights Movement" program, teachers on Thursday, July 18. Alabama and the modern Rights Movement, Bouyer. the program is to them the histor to meet history makers and scholars as well. ' hrough.this experience, they will develop curriculum to take For 1 Neville, the Civil Rights Move- ment has been a life-long lesson. have family members who be here is This is something I'll remember for the rest of my life," she added. "And I can take that back scribes herself as care and activist, spoke to how the tour has affected her person- ally. There are a lot of issues going on today that parallel things that were happening during the Civil Rights Movement and to take steps towards resolving there needs to be tions, she said. "I wanted to go through the pages of history, walk the same streets as Booker T. Washington McFar- land. "I then wanted to take this ex- perience back to my classroom. I teach African American History.'.' Visiting teachers from .the =Stony the road we trod: Alabama's role in the modern Civil Rights Movement" program discuss one of the exhibits at the Tuskegee History Center. Lisa Stubenrauch, a California teacher, takes a photo of an exhibR at the Tuskegee History Center during a visit on Thursday, July 18. Virginia teacher ( to read the information presented on one of the Tuskegee History Center's exhibits on Thursday, July 18. like this has been a ( for years. "I'm truly grateful to have been given this opportunity and I I learn, the less I know." want to extend that to my students. Because so much of history dominant ued. -Civil rights is a local to global thing. You start with this big concept and apply it to your corn- She thus far as emotional saying, "I feel as though my soul has been brought to the surface." Florida teacher and =Stony the road we trod: Alabama's role in the modern Civil Rights participant Calvin McFarland observes an History Center. A visiting teacher partici "Stony the road we trod: Alabama' modern Civil Rights Moveme serves an exhibit. economic deveiopment autt ority i'm iovin' if ~i~!!~ii~ii!iiiiiii!!!!ii:i!!!~i!1~!~iiii::!!~i~!!~i~!~!~i~i~!~i~ii~!!i!iii!!i!i!ii!i!~!i~!iiiiiii!iii!ii!iii~!!!iiiiiiiiiii!!ii!i!!i!!i!iii!!iiiii!~!i~i~ !!~!!ii~!i:!:!i!ii!!i!i!!!!!i~i!i?!~!ii~!ii~i!:~!~!~!!i!~!~!~i~!ii~i~ii:iii~ii:~iii iiiiii17!ii tus = " l oitcenter com Check us out ONLINE! J for more information TEXT 334-398-2118 Tuskegee