I wanted to quickly pull together a few of what I think might be particularly useful resources to use in the classroom in talking with students about the grand jury’s decision not to indict the officer who killed Michael Brown. Some of these are brand new. Many of us don’t have school tomorrow, but I know that many others do. I’ll be adding to this list and hope that readers will contribute, too…
First, here are three previously posted lists:
Teaching Ideas For #Ferguson #MichaelBrown
A Collection Of Useful Posts, Articles & Videos On Race & Racism and
How Many Of Our Students Feel This Way? (Resources On The Shooting Death Of Michael Brown)
And here are new ones from tonight:
Tracking the Events in the Wake of Michael Brown’s Shooting is an interactive from The New York Times.
What happened in Ferguson is a Washington Post interactive.
What Happened in Ferguson? is a NY Times interactive.
13 key questions-and-answers about the Ferguson grand jury decision is from The Washington Post.
5 Things About the Ferguson Decision is from The Wall Street Journal.
The Associated Press has published an interactive.
Protests After Ferguson Officer Is Not Indicted is from The NY Times.
Ferguson Police Officer Not Charged in Black Teen’s Shooting is from The Wall St. Journal.
Ferguson shooting & protests is CNN’s central page.
Witnesses Saw Michael Brown Attacking–and Others Saw Him Giving Up is from The Atlantic.
11 things we learned from Darren Wilson’s account in the Ferguson grand jury evidence is from Vox.
What Is Your Reaction to the Grand Jury’s Decision in the Ferguson Case? is from The NY Times Learning Network.
Gallery: Reaction in Ferguson and across the country
Chronicle of a Riot Foretold is from The New Yorker.
Law and Disorder in Ferguson is from The Marshall Project.
After Ferguson Announcement, a Racial Divide Remains Over Views of Justice is from The NY Times.
Ferguson grand jury decision: between the lines of the St Louis County prosecutor’s announcement is an interactive from The Guardian.
From Cairo to Moscow: how the world reacted to Ferguson is from The Guardian.
Telling My Son About Ferguson is from The New York Times.
Talking About Racism With White Kids is from The New York Times.
Track the aftermath of the Ferguson decision and explore the grand jury documents: http://t.co/9zGW4ykEOp pic.twitter.com/ZsWwARx2yy
— AP Interactive (@AP_Interactive) November 25, 2014
Thank you for sharing these!