As real people with real experiences who have shaped and will continue to shape U.S. culture and society, Black LGBTQ people are not political wedge issues. The insidious combination of racism and queerphobia can seriously affect the mental health of our LGBTQ youth of color, especially amid the political attacks on human rights through efforts to control bodily autonomy including reproductive rights and identity. Beyond celebrations of Pride Month and Juneteenth, we must all work to provide space for Black LGBTQ people.
Teaching Hard History Professional Learning Cohorts
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The Teaching Hard History Professional Learning Cohorts provide a space for educators to explore the “why” through unlearning false history, the “what” in grappling with honest history and the “how” for teaching history around enslavement.
Journalist Anoa J. Changa envisions schools that affirm and protect Black students.
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Supporting Students Through Coronavirus
Explore and use these resources to support student well-being and learning during school closures, and we will keep this page updated as we publish new pieces.