PARTNER and FACILITATE
Lantern Mindsets offers workshops for women and children in a range of creative expressions: web digital, handwriting, keyboarding, cultural arts, photography, performing arts, story telling.
Classes can be presented as a one time lesson on a specific material or technique, or a more comprehensive overview of a subject, taught over several weeks. Workshops are generally taught on Saturdays during the day.
Teacher fees are based on a split of registration fees, and teachers are expected to be active partners in the marketing of their workshops. (Creating and posting fliers, sending emails, etc.)
Decisions are made by program staff based on recommendations from members of the community and members of Lantern Mindsets' network.
Complete proposals should include:
Completed Workshop Proposal Form (required, below)
Resume or summary of relevant experience (required, email email@example.com)
Testimonials or References from former students or employers (optional)
Documentation of work by you and/or former students which are relevant to your proposal. Documentation may be slides, video, digital files or a link to a website (optional).
Note: documentation should be accompanied by an image list or other narrative indicating, size, date, media, etc.
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Share your proposal and all required materials via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Baltimore is a city that is hyper-segregated into two parts. Because of 105 years of racist policies and practices, Baltimore’s hyper-segregated neighborhoods experience radically different realities.
Due to this dynamic, the white neighborhoods on the map that form the shape of an 'L' accumulate structured advantages, while Black neighborhoods, shaped in the form of a butterfly, accumulate structured disadvantages. Baltimore’s hyper-segregation is the root cause of racial inequity, crime, health inequities/disparities, and civil unrest.
- Lawrence Brown