Free project! Interpreting Data for Justice

Adventure Learning
This free lesson reviews data from an ACLU study “Cracks in the System” and Stuart McMillian’s virtual comic book explaining the “Rat Park” experiment and supports students in developing ways to share important research using creative mediums. The lesson will be included with the online platform, however, you will be receiving a fillable PDF version.

Special Offer! Normally $600, Now as low as $100

By Nekia

Nekia Wright is an education specialist, sound healing facilitator, and artist/musician based out of San Francisco, CA.

She developed her educational consulting business, Sound: Health, Education, and Life Skills, which has evolved into Ujamaa Incorporated, in order to provide services to local organizations including the YMCA, Davis Senior Center, UC Berkeley, Rafiki Coalition for Wellness, and La Scuola Italian International School. She has over a decade of teaching experience both here in the US and abroad at international schools in Guatemala, Australia, and Panama.

Art, music, self-care, and community empowerment are her primary tools for healing and promoting justice.

M.A. Special Education
B.A. Communication Studies

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