I thought it would be useful for readers, and for me, if I began collecting teaching resources on the tragic Trayvon Martin case. I hope people will contribute additional resources.
Here are my picks for The Best Resources For Lessons On Trayvon Martin:
On Trayvon Martin: A Guest Post From a Teenager, and Some Teaching Suggestions is an excellent collection from The New York Times Learning Network.
Teaching about the TRAYVON MARTIN case is from African American History.
NY Core has a downloadable lesson.
Paul Allison has been posting resources over at Google+.
Prosecutor Files Charge of 2nd-Degree Murder in Shooting of Martin is from The New York Times.
Trayvon Martin’s Death Sparks National Outrage, Mourning is a slideshow from TIME.
Teacher Stephen Lazar has posted some suggestions.
Teaching About Trayvon Martin with Young Children is from Teaching For Change.
Teaching about the Trayvon Martin Case is from “What Kids Can Do.”
Talk With Your Students About Trayvon Martin is from Education Week.
The Associated Press has developed an impressive annotated and interactive version of the indictment of George Zimmerman for Martin’s murder.
Justice for Trayvon is a good column by New York Times writer Charles Blow.
Young, Black, Male, and Stalked by Bias is from The New York Times.
Faces of Protest for Trayvon Martin is a photo gallery from TIME.
Additional suggestions are welcome.