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Civil Rights Classroom Resources

Over the past few days, educators have reached out to learn more about our Civil Rights Tour and to seek additional educational resources. Our team compiled classroom resources to help you and your students engage with issues of race, bias, and inequity. 

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General resources

'Talking About Race' portal from the National Museum of African American History & Culture

Online resources from the National Civil Rights Museum

A guide to equity and antiracism for educators from Edutopia

CivilRightsTeaching.org (by Teaching for Change)

Education Guide from the Anti-Defamation League

15 Classroom Resources from Education Week

PBS Learning Media Civil Rights Collection

Library of Congress Civil Rights Collection

Resources for parents from TODAY

Teaching young children about bias, diversity, and social justice from Edutopia


Juneteenth

Information & celebrations from Juneteenth.com

Teaching Juneteenth from Teaching Tolerance

17 ways to celebrate Juneteenth from We Are Teachers

Juneteenth lesson plans from StudentsofHistory.com

 

Books

Browse TheBrownBookshelf.com

Book lists from EmbraceRace

Anti-racism books for kids from The New York Times

12 books to help children understand race, anti-racism, and protest from the Smithsonian Magazine

 

Brightspark Blog

How the Civil Rights movement relates to the present 

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