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Black Lives Matter: Educational Resources
This moment is difficult. But it is real. Students and educators throughout the U.S. are at the forefront of the movements demanding change. We arm ourselves not with weapons, but with knowledge. Learn more about the Civil Rights movement, the history and sociology of racism, and what you can do to effect change in your own community.
The New York City Department of Education has published an extensive bibliography of resources for students, families, and educators.
Teaching Tolerance developed a set of resources specific to police violence in response to the killing of Michael Brown. They have updated those materials for use in 2020.
Learn how to engage with abolitionist education in your school and bring practical lessons and strategic dreams to your classroom.
The youth of Oakland have organized a diverse coalition – and by extension, their entire city – in peaceful protest to call for social change.On June 5, 2020 at 12:42 am by Lauren Bierbaum