I’m adding these new resources to various “Best” lists. You can find links to all of those many lists that relate to race and racism at “Best” Lists Of The Week: Resources For Teaching & Learning About Race & Racism:
Richmond Teachers Make Virginia Scandals A Point Of Discussion is from NPR. I’m adding it to The Best Resources For Teaching About Why Blackface Is Racist.
Few Americans Say They’ve Worn Blackface. But Many Have Seen It. is from The NY Times. I’m adding it to the same list.
Lessons from — and for — Black History Month is from Usable Knowledge. I’m adding it to The Best Sites To Teach About African-American History.
I’m adding this video to The Best Videos Explaining “Intersectionality”:
This is a good list of books for a diverse classroom library:
A couple of our handouts from today:https://t.co/GUQ1No8jZehttps://t.co/5Dn5kMcwmq
— Christie Nold (@ChristieNold) February 10, 2019
The poster is a showcase of their contribution to science & society. This is a list that I and other science teachers have been adding to for awhile. Last year I also had the students do a Google Slide each on their scientist, instead of full posters. https://t.co/RBOf50wEtr
— Alicia Tanpreet Johal (@AliciaJohal) February 10, 2019
I don’t label my ancestors as “slaves.”
I say they were enslaved.
There is a difference.
— Be A King (@BerniceKing) February 9, 2019
We are excited to announce that “Eyes on the Prize”, the landmark civil rights movement documentary series, can now be streamed on our website! Add the films to your lesson plans: https://t.co/ZqmY1COE0p #BlackHistoryMonth pic.twitter.com/bTLSysM2o6
— Facing History (@facinghistory) February 8, 2019