This article includes resources for lesson plans, curriculum, classroom discussions, school climate, community resolutions, and art related to race and diversity.https://neaedjustice.org/black-lives-matter-school-resourc…/
“Influenced by the pandemic and social unrest, two teachers recommend books to read this summer on topics like wrestling with loss, addressing inequity, and recharging for the school year ahead.” https://www.edutopia.org/article/teachers-summer-reading-during-turbulent-times?fbclid=IwAR1atEJyPMkO0FGt73ZOCz8aear8RhAKGtQouYwnwmviunl3PoVEH-eNo2E
More books, videos, and teaching resources to help teach kids about Juneteenth.https://www.weareteachers.com/teaching-juneteenth/
“The Chicago Public Schools developed this toolkit to “help foster productive conversations about race and civil disobedience”. It includes resources for parents and educators as they engage young people in conversation about “race, racism, racial violence, understanding biases, and how to take action for racial justice”. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eNpj8hR7q_XZljgcC8XM5oZVUA72_h51HmNH0FCLO14/edit?fbclid=IwAR17qtjXcMoZpQ01G0s3Mml7FQSFFjtLZNZf-d2h8OzQecphQXA4ckNqgfM
Here are some amazing resources for age appropriate ways to talk about race. https://www.prettygooddesign.org/blog/Blog%20Post%20Title%20One-5new4?fbclid=IwAR0aoYqsyrsrr3F04ChuT5mkzvj4XWOixxfZXZ9RFobJQC25dfAMF1G0lPA
“Silence speaks volumes. Our students are listening.”https://www.tolerance.org/magazi…/fall-2016/dont-say-nothing
Click here for 25 short videos that range in time from one to seven minutes that tackle issues of race, bias and identity. Also included are several teaching ideas, related readings, and student activities to help students consider perspectives different than their own. Watch them here.