Racial oppression plays a significant part in American history, and it’s critical our students learn about it. But this February, we're encouraging educators to reflect on their own practice and ensure that the Black history they’re teaching—this month and year-round—isn’t limited to narratives of trauma. To support that learning, this week we’ll be sharing some of our favorite resources for celebrating the diversity of Black history, identity and experience.
Read the Spring 2020 Issue of 'Teaching Tolerance' Magazine!
We are thrilled for the release of our latest magazine—an issue packed with stories that we hope will inspire educators to disrupt longstanding inequities from our curriculum to civic life, from the lunchroom to the teachers' lounge.
This webinar will clarify the confusion between race and ethnicity, provide a historical primer on Afro-Latinx identities and review resources for teaching Elizabeth Acevedo’s poem “Afro-Latina.”
Change maker Marley Dias, who as a sixth-grader founded #1000BlackGirlBooks, offers wise words to fellow young people: “Each of us has a magic inside of us that we can use to make the world a better place.”
TT Educator Grants support social justice work at the classroom, school and district levels. Read about how one teacher used her grant to help fund a daylong conference empowering girls of color in Boston.
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