Caroline DeVoe



Degrees and Certifications:

B.A. Digital Filmmaking, Minor in Africana Studies, Ramapo College of NJ M.A. Technology Specialist, Teachers College, Columbia University

Caroline DeVoe

Where are you? A discussion on the killing of George Floyd

Final Project - All Classes - Due June 10

Xena Goldman, Greta McLain, and Cadex Herrera made the mural to give the community a place to mourn on 38th & Chicago








Our nation is going through difficult times, I heard one person say that we are facing a viral pandemic as well as a cultural one. The videos and information that have surfaced regarding the killings of several African-Americans has brought an outcry from the public.

What do you think about these issues?

Read the following if you aren't familiar with the situation: George Floyd

1) What thoughts might you want to share with George Floyd's friends and family right now?

2) What thoughts and feelings have you had about the police violence against George Floyd?

3) What do you want to say about what is happening at this moment? What's on your mind?

4) What would you like to do for our community or the world to address this issue? 

*Write your answers using Word or a text program or on paper.  Email your Word document or take a picture of your written reflections and email them to me.


Create a motivational poster that is based on your own quote or a quote from someone that encourages people to treat each other equally and justly.  Make sure to include the name of the person who said the quote, even if it is you.

You can use a program-Word, Powerpoint, Paint, etc, or draw on paper using whatever supplies you have to create your poster.





See Poster examples below

Motivational poster example with quote

Nice tutorial on sketching Mr. Floyd's image with pencil

Keno Evol's Black Utopian poster 

Shirien Damra's Social Justice poster


(Thanks to Mr. Huggins and YPS for providing the foundation for this project).


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