This Black History Month, we’re encouraging educators to celebrate the history of Black achievement, joy and creativity. This week, to support that work, we’ll be sharing resources for exploring the rich tradition of African American literature with students in your classroom.
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.
“An Angry Black Woman on the Subject of the Angry White Man” is a poem written by June Jordan and published in 1995.
“A Poem for My Librarian, Mrs. Long” is a poem written by Nikki Giovanni and published in the 2007 book, Acolytes.
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