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"Black Minds Matter addresses the experiences and realities of Black males in education, drawing parallels between the Black Lives Matter movement and the ways that Black minds are engaged in the classroom. The course will balance a discussion of issues facing Black male students as well as offer research-based strategies for improving their success."
"I compiled this list to help White Americans do so. One positive to emerge from these difficult times is the wealth of resources now available for White Americans. Never have I seen so many ideas, options, and concrete steps to take action against racism."
"Before this website, it was impossible to search the web and find an accurate scope of the history of American lynching. The names have always been kept safe, but distant, in old archives and scholarly books and dissertations. This site leaves the record open for all Americans, especially high school students who want to learn more than what their textbook has to say."
"Our Teaching Tolerance project combats prejudice among our nation’s youth while promoting equality, inclusiveness and equitable learning environments in the classroom. We produce an array of anti-bias resources that we distribute, free of charge, to educators across the country – award-winning classroom documentaries, lesson plans and curricula, Teaching Tolerance magazine, and more."
"World Trust offers Racial Equity Learning modules (REL) that support transformative learning while promoting institutional change. REL offers opportunities for self-discovery and collaboration that lends itself toward collective action."
"The Race and Pedagogy Working Group at the University of Chicago is a community of scholars and teachers interested in exploring the intersection of pedagogy and racial justice across disciplines. Our aim is to foster a community of scholars and teachers committed to addressing race as a subject of both practical and theoretical interest in our classrooms."