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A new book sheds light on the lesser-known struggles behind the March—and how students can benefit from learning about them.
The March on Washington was more than a backdrop to “I Have a Dream.”
Unsure how to teach about a particular culture? Ask the experts...the students!
We’re hosting a virtual march!
Critical literacy can expose the assumption that whiteness is “normal” and provide students support for talking about difficult topics.
Reading the U.S. Constitution prompts students to consider equality issues in their own lives.
Environmental awareness isn’t just about facts; emotional development plays an important role.