Learning for Justice Magazine

Issue 1, Fall 2021

Cover of ‘Learning for Justice’ Magazine.

Curb cuts marked a pivotal moment in disability activism decades ago, but the ramifications were broader. The same principle is true in education: Centering those most underserved can have widespread benefits, and we certainly see this playing out during the COVID-19 era. That’s what this first-ever issue of Learning for Justice magazine explores.

From stories on the foundational nature of language access and prioritizing students’ humanity to community-based approaches to school safety and redefining virtual learning, this premiere issue examines lessons learned from educating during the pandemic—and during our program’s 30-year history. 

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Features

We Can Create Change Together

Understanding key concepts about solidarity and the power of diverse coalitions can help students work toward justice.

Departments

Perspectives

A Message From Our Director

LFJ Director Jalaya Liles Dunn insists, “How we respond to this urgent moment will determine how we shape the meaning of justice.”
Down the Hall

Embracing a Limitless Mindset

Elementary principal Jamilah A. Hud-Kirk says SEL isn’t something her school does—it’s who they are.
Staff Picks

What We're Reading

LFJ loves to read! Check out a few of our favorite books that affirm identities, celebrate diversity and highlight justice.
Staff Picks

What We're Watching

Dim the lights and get ready to learn with these LFJ-approved films!
Story Corner

Kaia Speaks Up

When Kaia sees a horrible injustice, what can she do to help?
One World

Lizzo

“Never ever let someone stop you or shame you from being yourself.”
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Teaching Tolerance collage of images

Welcome to Learning for Justice—Formerly Teaching Tolerance!

Our work has evolved in the last 30 years, from reducing prejudice to tackling systemic injustice. So we’ve chosen a new name that better reflects that evolution: Learning for Justice.

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