The 1619 Project series airing on Hulu during Black History Month reminds us of the importance for parents and caregivers, along with teachers, to talk with children about slavery in age-appropriate ways. LFJ’s new article and our supplemental resources—podcasts and short videos—provide recommendations for conversations and user-friendly access to information about the history and legacy of slavery.
Learning for Justice Celebrates Black History Month
Fall 2022 Magazine: Expanding Democracy
“The treatment of children from communities experiencing systemic oppressions—those at the intersection of race, gender, poverty and geography—will determine the fate of our democracy.”—Jalaya Liles Dunn
Resources to spur discussion around systemic racism and to inspire us to enact changes.
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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.