Black Lives Matter at School
- Black Lives Matter at School Week (first week of February) information and resources to improve the conversation, and outcomes, for black students.
- You can find more information about Black Lives Matter at School here.
Black History Resources
- Black History Month (February) resources, lesson plans broken down by grade level, are available to help integrate African-American culture and history into your classroom lesson plans.
- 2019 marked the 400th year of African-American history. Congress established a Commission to commemorate 400 years of African-American History. The Commission is tasked with planning and carrying out programs across the country to honor African American history.
Curriculum and Lesson Support
- The Pulitzer Center has developed curricula to support the teaching of the 1619 Project for all grades.
- Teaching for Black Lives, edited by Lewis and Clark College professor Diane Watson, former public-school teacher Jesse Hagopian and former public-school teacher Wayne Au, grows directly from the movement for Black lives. Anti-Black racism constructs Black students and Black people in general. The resources provided in this book demonstrate ways educators connect curriculum to young people's lives and root their concerns and daily experiences in what is taught and how classrooms are set up. The editors say, "The ferocity of racism in the US against Black minds and bodies demands that teachers fight back." This book highlights the hope and beauty of student activism and collective action.
- Racial Justice Resources for Educators and School Districts provides resources for implementing racial justice in schools.
- Find definitions and essential resources to use in the higher education environment at Racial Justice Resources for College Students & Faculty.