Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Resources for Discussing Hatred and Racism with Students

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"Let's practice motivation and love, not discrimination and hate."
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Let's practice motivation and love, not discrimination and hate.
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Following the events in Charlottesville, Virginia this past weekend, I thought it might be helpful to post some resources you can use with your students to help them address the tragedy and its aftermath.  In the references below, you'll find links to articles, podcasts, websites, books, webinars and/or classroom activities that can help students and teachers deal with what happened.  Just click on the title to go directly to that site.

* 10 Ways to Fight Hate (from the Southern Poverty Law Center)

* Resources for Addressing Racism and Hatred in the Classroom (from ASCD)

* Teachers Share Resources for Addressing Charlottesville Hate Rally in the Classroom (from Education Week)

* Eight Ways Teachers Can Fight Hate & Injustice (from MiddleWeb)

* There is No Apolitical Classroom: Resources for Teaching in These Times (from NCTE's Standing Committee Against Racism and Bias in the Teaching of English)

* How to Talk to Your Kids About Charlottesville (from The New York Times)

* The first thing teachers should do when school starts is talk about hatred in America. Here’s help. (from The Washington Post)

* NCSS Response to the Tragedy in Charlottesville, Virginia (from the National Council of the Social Studies)

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