Arthur’s viewpoint on the end of the urban session at the Vieille Charité

The Beit Project came to La Vieille Charité to bring together classes from different secondary schools in Marseille. In all, six sessions were organized over two and a half days, with two half classes per session. I had the opportunity  to attend one of them, which brought together students from Collège Thiers and Collège Clair Soleil  then ended at Collège Thiers with the last session:  the montage workshop of short films shot by the students. Through the workshops  where they worked on some the historical traces such as murals depicting conflicts, tags advocating for Free Gaza, and a mosaic commemorating the 40th anniversary of the march for equality and against racism in 1983 and during the debates led by the teams of facilitators, the students  engaged with notions, tangible realities and concepts such as utopia, discrimination and violence against women. The audiovisual productions resulting from these sessions  serve as a “final report”, which will be presented at the Musée d’Histoire de la Ville on  March 21st, from 6pm to 8pm, in the presence of students, their families, teachers, and facilitators!

 

At the same time, a half-day session was organized with a number of the association’s partners to introduce them  to the association’s educational  methodologies. Representatives from the Musée d’Histoire de la Ville de Marseille, the anti-discrimination department of the City of Marseille, the Aix-Marseille Department of Artistic and Cultural Education and members of the voluntary sector, attended the seminar.

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