How can we help students understand George Floyd’s death in the context of institutionalized racism? By: Catherine Halley (https://daily.jstor.org/daily-author/catherine-halley/) May 31, 2020
It’s not enough to be “not racist,” experts and educators say. By Anna North Jun 3, 2020, 1:50pm EDT
By: RRattusnorvegicus Chicago Public Library
Resources webpage at https://www.naeyc.org/resources/topics/anti-bias includes articles about culturally responsive teaching and equity.
Webpage at https://www.tolerance.org/classroom-resources includes lesson plans, student texts and tasks, teaching strategies, film kits, and more. Resources are searchable by grade level (kindergarten through grade twelve), social justice domain, subject, and topic.
This link will take to Black Lives Matter Instructional Library. You can have your child click on each book to hear Read-Aloud!
June 9, 2020June 9, 2020.
These articles and sample teaching activities from the book, Teaching for Black Lives, have been prepared for teachers to use during the Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action.www.teachingforblacklives.com, Rethinking Schools Publication 2019
Resources compiled by the MLA, June 2020