The Pro Football Hall of Fame's Educational Outreach Program is presenting The Changing Role of African Americans in Pro Football seminar. The seminar which includes two sessions from which a group may choose, will take place at the Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio on Thursday February 17, 2005 as part of Black History Month.
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Students are invited to take part in learning about the accomplishments of African American pro football players from the unique perspective of our esteemed guest panel.
Carl Eller, Class of 2004 Defensive End (right)
Jarrett Bell, NFL Sportwriter, USA Today
Fendrich R. Clark, Professor, Mount Union College
Other program highlights included:
Available to students in 9th-12th grades
Pre- and post-visit activities aligned with national standards
Self-guided tour through the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Teachers interested in more information or wanting to book your group for the seminar should contact Jerry Csaki, educational outreach coordinator, at 330-456-8207.
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Teacher Activity Guide
Educators may download and use in the classroom the following activity guide developed for our Changing Role of African Americans in Pro Football seminar. The work activities in this guide meet national education standards and have been developed by the Pro Football Hall of Fame Educational Advisory Committee. The material remains the copyrighted property of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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