Here are new additions to A Collection Of Useful Posts, Articles & Videos On Race & Racism – Help Me Find More:
How Educators Can Respond to Charleston is from Bright.
Attitudes Toward Racism And Inequality Are Shifting is from Five Thirty Eight.
Confronting Racial Injustice in Schools is from Ed Week.
via John Holland
Lots of white people ask how to be a good ally to the movement. So @michaelskolnik wrote a playbook for white people. http://t.co/wkWWbJNATj
— Cornelius Minor (@MisterMinor) July 3, 2015
Teachers: @tanehisicoates' article on Confederate flag & Civil War, ideal 4 classroom. http://t.co/FBXXqneVna #sschat pic.twitter.com/u0QfCfTjpC
— Zinn Ed Project (@ZinnEdProject) June 30, 2015
Not Just Us? Using Classrooms to Get (White) People to Talk about Race https://t.co/OiCZ1WeLL0 pic.twitter.com/jrIDnRK2kE
— David E. Kirkland (@davidekirkland) June 29, 2015
Very thoughtful piece for culturally responsive educators. Whiteness: Guilt, Privilege, & Opportunity via @iserotope http://t.co/1FNqBO3719
— Zaretta Hammond (@Ready4rigor) June 26, 2015
As part of our teacher's guide to "The New Jim Crow," we have a section on how to talk about race and racism. http://t.co/stbv8MdA2x
— Teaching Tolerance (@Tolerance_org) June 24, 2015
White Americans support the right to protest injustice — unless the protestors are black http://t.co/A7kfJyflTo pic.twitter.com/jXZQ9AUmQe
— Vox (@voxdotcom) June 23, 2015