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in 1966, the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense was founded. These resources compiled by can help you give students an understanding of the group's platform and enduring influence.
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The grief and righteous anger that resulted from 's killing continues today. How will you talk with your students about injustice, police violence and the fact that black lives matter? Here are a few places to begin.
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"I think it is so critical that educators have training every year about LGBTQ+ identities." In this Q&A, GLSEN Teacher of the Year Ace Schwarz offers practical advice for supporting nonbinary students, colleagues and peers.
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The goal of : Support teachers and students in resisting hate—at school and beyond—by offering an easy-to-implement curricular option that results in authentic, sharable, student-driven work. Learn more and join us in this effort.
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"The goal isn’t to reach a single answer; it’s to help students open up to critical dialogue and discussion." TT writer traveled to Ohio to learn about the use of process drama in the classroom.
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Teaching Tolerance Oct 14
"This was our Declaration of Independence." 40 years ago, more than 75,000 people participated in the National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights.
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Teaching Tolerance Oct 14
"I have the audacity to believe that peoples everywhere can have three meals a day for their bodies, education and culture for their minds, and dignity, equality and freedom for their spirits." in 1964, Dr. King received the Nobel Peace Prize.
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Teaching Tolerance Oct 14
For many students, the killing of will evoke pain, anxiety and righteous anger. No matter how you choose to address this tragedy, they’re listening. If you choose silence, they’ll hear that, too.
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Teaching Tolerance Oct 14
“The long history of U.S. schools marginalizing American Indians has led many families to feel unwelcome and detached from their children’s education.” This , we reflect on how to do better.
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NCTE Oct 14
Resources from to help you celebrate the histories and cultures of Indigenous peoples and Native nations:
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Teaching Tolerance Oct 13
As part of their Citizen Z project, our friends at want educators' ideas for innovative civics education! Send your best civics education ideas (and keep it brief!), who you are and where you work to civicsideas@epe.org.
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Teaching Tolerance Oct 13
"Stand strong, find your allies, and do what is brave." 40 years after meeting her first students, TT Director offers this advice to educators like you.
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Teaching Tolerance Oct 13
“It’s time for us to stop silencing Black girls and charging their families for a racially unjust system." Our weekly roundup of must-read stories includes a call to end the historic and ongoing discipline of black girls who stand up to oppression.
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Teaching Tolerance Oct 13
Our survey found a disturbing rate of teacher-on-student bullying. But there is hope as we observe : Two simple solutions could dramatically improve school climate.
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Teaching Tolerance Oct 12
Consider introducing your students to these role models fighting for disability rights, Native representation, LGBTQ equality, access to clean water, an end to bullying and more.
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Teaching Tolerance Oct 12
in 1892, millions of students recited the first organized Pledge of Allegiance. Millions more will recite it today. As leaders try to make the Pledge mandatory, here's why we should protect students' right to protest this daily ritual.
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Teaching Tolerance Oct 12
For , consider these five practical shifts educators can make to turn punitive actions into responsive actions, keeping more kids in school and out of the criminal justice system.
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Teaching Tolerance Oct 11
Eleanor Roosevelt was born in 1884. This episode of our 'Queer America' podcast explores the relationships between her identity, her power and her actions—and what we can learn from them.
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Teaching Tolerance Oct 11
At last night's , CNN's Chris Cuomo made light of people saying their pronouns. This section of our 'Best Practices for Serving LGBTQ Students' guide offers tips to help you model more inclusive language and pronoun use in your school.
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