The readings in this collection explore the nature of identity, belonging, tolerance, and difference in our increasingly global society.
Black history is central to all of American history, and should be part of a robust teaching curriculum year-round. Alongside the lessons of Black history, it’s also critical to honor the resilience, creativity, and vitality of Black people in the face of inequity and violence, past and present. That’s why, this year, we’re celebrating Black History Month by honoring the themes of Black Agency & Black Joy.
Use this collection of resources on antisemitism and racism in the twenty-first century to talk about combating this hateful ideology and support students' development as informed, empathetic, and active civic participants.
Democracies across the globe are increasingly fragile. Examine the health of democracy, voting and elections, and the pivotal role civic participation of young people plays.
Use these resources on voting, media literacy, polarization, and bias for remote and in-person learning to talk about the US presidential elections with your high school and middle school students.