Voices of Freedom is an education series by Louis Armstrong House Museum and Archives that explores the role of art as a vehicle for social change through the lens of Louis Armstrong. The series invites students in High School and beyond to create new works while learning about the process and techniques of world class artists.
Educators can access free workshop activities in writing, jazz, dance, voice, and visual art, as well as a Voices of Freedom Educator's Resource Guide with additional resources, extension activities, and suggested readings.
Learn more and access the series on the Louis Armstrong House website.
Published: February 25, 2021