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Recent Content

2 Free Teacher Training Workshops by NJ History Day and Partners

**Workshop 1** 

Date: October 7, 2020 (Wednesday)

Time: 4:00 - 6:00 pm

Virtual Workshop: Project-Based Learning and Research with National History Day

Presenters:

Dr. Richard Demirjian, Assistant Teaching Professor, Rutgers-Camden History Department

Dr. Joan Ruddiman, Retired Outstanding NJ History Day Teacher

Audience: Middle and High School Teachers and Students

The Struggle for Free Speech and Public Assembly: A Fresh Look at Hague V. CIO - Friday 9/25 at 3PM

In 1937, Jersey City Mayor Frank Hague used a city ordinance, enforced firmly with the power of the police, to deny labor activists of the CIO the right to rally and distribute literature. The CIO and ACLU successfully challenged the ordinance, all the way to the Supreme Court.

The Battle over Women's Suffrage in Newark--Tuesday, September 22

Mark the centennial of the 19th Amendment next Tuesday with The Battle Over Women's Suffrage in Newark.

Sponsored by the Newark History Society, Newark Public Library, and Federated Department of History and Department of African American and African Studies at Rutgers University-Newark.

Tuesday, September 22, 2020
6:00 pm
On Zoom

For more: https://npl.org/the-battle-over-womens-suffrage-in-newark-2/