Today is the first day of Black Lives Matter at School week and the first week of Black History Month. We know that teachers are working toward representation and inclusion every day in their classrooms. Here are some resources to help you foster critical conversations in your classroom and continue to create an inclusive environment in your school. We hope you can use these resources all year long!
- Facilitate Critical Conversations on Race, Racism & other difficult topics with students using these resources from Teaching Tolerance.
- To learn more about Black Lives Matter at School week click here. Explore this awesome article on Martin Luther King Jr.’s approach to Social Justice.
- Looking for an engaging and meaningful project to coincide with Black History Month? Check out our post on Engaging Students in Black History with Project Based Learning!
- Get more inspiration for Black History Month projects by exploring Google’s extensive online library of primary sources that celebrate Black History and Culture!
- Looking for a conversation starter with older students? Watch this excellent TED Talk from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on The Danger of the Single Story.