We all know that this 10-part, 18-hour documentary is coming to us in the fall, but many of us may not know exactly what we can commit to implementing before broadcast.
Join WETA’s Amy Labenski, Wisconsin Public Television’s Malcolm Brett, and recipients from WETA’s first VIETNAM WAR grant for an overview of resources, ideas for inexpensive community engagement, and plenty of food for thought.
WMHT's Jenn Baumstein, vice-chair of NETA's community engagement council, will anchor the presentation. Come with questions! We are all curious about each other's work!
For more information about the NETA Peer Learning Communities, please contact
Rachel Morrison Parsons
Senior Director, Education Strategy