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Learning Honest History and Celebrating Diversity

We can teach young people the honest history of the United States in age-appropriate ways and help them understand commonalities across cultures to develop a strong sense of self and identity as they honor diversity. To support these conversations and learning experiences, we offer parents, caregivers and educators teaching strategies, talking points and activities.

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Get Inspired with Freedom Rider Charles Person

In fall 2023, Charles Person, the youngest of the 13 original Freedom Riders, generously opened his home for a conversation with Learning for Justice. We are honored to share with you a video excerpt from that conversation wherein Person recounts parts of his story, imparts wisdom and offers suggestions for ways people can engage in justice movements.

This conversation is the first in a series of interviews with veterans of the Civil Rights Movement.


Teaching Mindful Media Creation

Join Learning for Justice, along with experts from Northern California public media station KQED, for a webinar on thoughtful, impactful and critical media creation! In this webinar you’ll learn about the role of media creation as a part of helping students grow as learners and engage in their communities.
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Celebrate Black History Month and Teach Black History All Year

In celebration of Black History Month, we offer a new resource page. From articles and publications to videos, lessons and stories, we’ve collected some of our best resources to help you learn about and elevate Black history in all of its complexity. Whether you’re building your own knowledge, looking for ways to expand your teaching of Black history, or celebrating stories with your family, we hope you’ll use these resources. Young people deserve to learn this history in ways that are accurate, comprehensive and age appropriate.

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Advocating for Honest History Education

Parent and caregiver advocacy is crucial as children’s right to inclusive learning and honest history education is being limited in some states and communities. While the media often highlights the vocal efforts of a few politically motivated parents’ groups to censor teaching and to exclude some children and families from representation, we know that most parents and caregivers support fair and inclusive education practices that protect the learning and well-being of all children.

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Our Humanity Is Bound Together: Discussing the Holocaust

International Holocaust Remembrance Day is commemorated on January 27, the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in 1945. We honor the memory of the 6 million Jews and the millions of Roma, Sinti, Slavs, disabled persons, LGBTQ+ individuals, political dissidents and others who were murdered in the Holocaust. And we encourage learning from the survivors as we reflect on the significance of this history.

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New Virtual Workshops Are Available Now!

Registrations are now open for our 90-minute virtual open enrollment workshops. Explore the schedule, and register today—the first workshop begins October 16th and space is limited!

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