Registration Open: 2015 NYCoRE Conference


6th Annual NYCoRE Conference


    Date: Saturday, March 21, 2015

 Location: James Baldwin School
351 West 18th Street
Manhattan, NY 10011


Registration now open! Click Here

This year’s keynote will be a powerful merging of performance and personal storytelling.  We’re extremely grateful to these individuals for sharing their art and personal stories of the how the high-stakes testing craze is affecting them: students, parents, teachers, and administrators.  We will hear how people from different locations are facing of these systems through organizing, resisting, and visioning alternatives!  We hope that you all will take with you reminders of inspiration and creativity for our continued work in this beautiful movement. 

Directed by Una Aya Osato, a performer, writer and educator; and a proud product of the NYC public school system, for more: Performers: Jamila Lyiscott, Poet, Educator, PhD Candidate, activist, Graduate Research Fellow, Teachers College, Columbia University. Follow her @BlackRelevance. José Vilson is a teacher, activist, author of This Is A Not A Test: A New Narrative on Race, Class, and Education, and writer at Erica Doyle is a native New Yorker who has been an educator for over 20 years. Rosie Frascella is an 11th grade English teacher at the International HS at Prospects Heights, a core member of NYCoRE, and a test resister. Dao X. Tran is an editor based in the South Bronx, where she lives with her young daughter ( Loco-Motion Dance Theatre: Loco-Motion promotes works of emerging social consciousness and provides a forum for young voices to be heard. www. They will be performing: “Measurements”: Choreographed and performed by: Zoe Dalzell-Sexton, Veronica Habacker, Vera Hogg, Lola Kenet, Murphy Penn, Jackie Marino Thomas and Sophia Turso.  Lady and Crystal from Urban Word NYC provides FREE, safe and uncensored writing workshops to teens year round, and hosts the Annual  NYC Teen Poetry Slam, NY Knicks Poetry Slam, local and national youth festivals, reading series, open mics, and more.


8:45-9:30    Registration and Breakfast
9:30-10:45    Opening and Keynote
11:00-12:30    Workshop #1
12:30-1:30    Lunch and Tabling
1:45- 3:15    Workshop #2
3:30-5:00    Workshop #3
5:00-5:30    Community Building
5:45-8:00    After party

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