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SJPL Recommends:  Human Rights Educators' Racial Justice Resource Collection for Educators
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Cornell University's Center for Transformative Action provides resources to teach racial justice through a human rights lens, including lesson plans, curricula, books, articles, and more. Cornell University's Center for Transformative Action provides resources to teach racial justice through a human rights lens, including lesson plans, curricula, books, articles, and more. Show less
SJPL Recommends: Talking about Race:  U.S. National Museum of African American History and Culture.
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Addresses individual, interpersonal, institutional, and structural racism in U.S. society. "Antiracist education is a theory of learning and action ...Show more Addresses individual, interpersonal, institutional, and structural racism in U.S. society. "Antiracist education is a theory of learning and action to help us do the important work of dismantling racism in schools. It explicitly highlights, critiques, and challenges institutional racism. It addresses how racist beliefs and ideologies structure one-on-one interactions and personal relationships. It also examines and challenges how institutions support and maintain disadvantages and advantages along racial lines. Antiracist education, while considering class, race, and gender inequity, places race at the center of its analysis. Focusing on race exposes direct links to unequal power, a system of oppression and privilege, and institutional practices." Show less
SJPL Recommends: Looking at Race and Racial Identity Through Critical Literacy in Children’s Books
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Lesson to talk about racial identity and the harmful potential of racial stereotypes. "By using critical literacy skills, children will analyze not ...Show more Lesson to talk about racial identity and the harmful potential of racial stereotypes. "By using critical literacy skills, children will analyze not only picture books with explicit messages about race, but they also will learn to examine and begin talking about racial stereotypes present in picture books more generally." Show less
SJPL Recommends:  Different Colors of Beauty
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Series of Lessons to help students openly develop and discuss their racial or ethnic identities, using Self-portraits; Critical Literacy in Children's Boo...Show more Series of Lessons to help students openly develop and discuss their racial or ethnic identities, using Self-portraits; Critical Literacy in Children's Books; Writing Poetry; Interviewing families; Reflection. Uses visual arts; reading and language arts, and social studies, including elements for English language learners. Show less
SJPL Recommends:  Teaching about Race and Racism Across the Disciplines, Yale/New Haven Teachers, 2019. Institute
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"The influence and assumptions of intellectual white supremacy, with its focus on hierarchy, ordering, and the exaltation of some people above others...Show more "The influence and assumptions of intellectual white supremacy, with its focus on hierarchy, ordering, and the exaltation of some people above others, continues to shape the academic disciplines today, and thus much of what is taught and learned in the K-12 classroom. Celebrations of 'racial colorblindness,' rrace neutrality, and even diversity have not displaced these inheritances. Participants...[middle and high school teachers] considered these legacies across a wide range of fields, including psychology, music studies, art, literature, sociology, education." Curricular units include: Housing and School Segregation in the U.S.; Empire: Investigating International Issues & Human Rights With New Lenses; Latinx History; Incorporating Native American History and Settler Colonialism in the AP United States History Course; Race & Law in US History Curriculum; Identity and Social Justice; Teaching about Race Using Afrofuturism and Critical Race Theory; An Approach to Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry; “The Outsiders” from a Critical Race Perspective. Show less
SJPL Recommends: Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsiblity. Teachable Moment lesson plans
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Provides timely, free classroom lessons and activities for K-12 educators to help students learn about, discuss, and engage in current issues related to s...Show more Provides timely, free classroom lessons and activities for K-12 educators to help students learn about, discuss, and engage in current issues related to social responsibility while developing essential social and emotional skills, from active listening to standing up to bias. Their plans can be filtered by grade level and by preset themes, such as Diversity, Race and Racism, or U.S. Justice, or searched for more specific topics such as Black Lives Matter, https://www.morningsidecenter.org/black-lives-matter Show less
SJPL Recommends:  Anti-Defamation League.  Lessons related to Race and Racism.
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The Anti-Defamation League's goal is to "fight hate for good," originally founded in reaction to anti-Semitism. This is a collection of K-12 cla...Show more The Anti-Defamation League's goal is to "fight hate for good," originally founded in reaction to anti-Semitism. This is a collection of K-12 classroom blended and online learning solutions to promote critical thinking and learning around historical and current events topics through the lens of diversity, bias and social justice. Some of the lesson plans specifically address Black Lives Matter. Show less
SJPL recommends Share My Lesson Free Lesson Plans & Teacher Resources
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Set up a free account to gain access to over 3000 K-12 lesson plans, webinars, teacher resources and classroom activities on racism created by educators. ...Show more Set up a free account to gain access to over 3000 K-12 lesson plans, webinars, teacher resources and classroom activities on racism created by educators. Diverse lesson plans focus not only on African Americans or Black Lives Matter, but also lessons focusing on race and racism in the U.S. related to Native Americans or to either immigrants and immigration policy in general or to specific groups, such as Asian Americans, Latinx, or Native Americans. Show less
Race Talk in the Age of the Trigger Warning
Recognizing and Challenging Classroom Cultures of Silence
Book - 2020
It's Time to Talk About Dr. Seuss
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Anti-Racism discussion with students, including Seuss' The Sneetches. Anti-Racism discussion with students, including Seuss' The Sneetches. Show less
What If All the Kids Are White?
Anti-bias Multiculture Education With Young Children and Families
Book - 2011
The Racial Healing Handbook
Practical Activities to Help You Challenge Privilege, Confront Systemic Racism & Engage in Collective Healing
Book - 2019
The Inner Work of Racial Justice
Healing Ourselves and Transforming Our Communities Through Mindfulness
Book - 2019
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