This website has resources, articles, and educator trainings to help you understand and know history. This helps educators understand ways to discuss complex historical topics and have discussions around those topics without whitewashing the conversation. Check out their website!
Britt Hawthorne is creating a community of ABAR practitioners! She holds space for discussions around race, anti bias work, and education. Her patreon holds content that helps each person grow in understanding, unpacking one's bias, and more. She is always rooting for you! Check her site out!
Tiffany Jewell is creating Anti-Bias Anti-Racist Curriculum. She shares, collaborates, and discusses her journey. Her curriculum, which is filled with resources and amazing lessons, is currently free after attending her workshop. Check out her Patreon and all the work she does!
Liz Kleinrock believes that an "inclusive, equitable public education is the first step towards a solution to narrowing the opportunity gap in our country." She is focused on bringing this pedagogy to educators, sharing resources, and giving resources. Check out her site for more!
This site holds a lot of resources to ensure that ALL voices are heard in our literature. "Established in 2006, American Indians in Children's Literature (AICL) provides critical perspectives and analysis of indigenous peoples in children's and young adult books, the school curriculum, popular culture, and society." Click the link to check it out!
Looking for books to make sure all represented? Check out this blog post with 60 books listed and links to more! This is a great place to start when building a library that represents all in your classroom, home, or space.
Looking for ways to engage your students in all four areas of social justice standards? These activities are fantastic for morning meetings, daily discussions, and more. Check them out and work through them with your students!
Teaching Tolerance worked to create these amazing, focused standards for educators. There are four categories with "I can" statements underneath each. They progress from identity all the way to action. Utilize them to grow your focus on social justice in your classroom!
Resources to Include Black History Through the Year
This amazing Google Drive was put together and shared. It holds names and resources of famous African Americans, history of the countries in Africa, and history of topics like black feminism. Check it out and utilize it through the year!