May 25 marks one year since the murder of George Floyd, which sparked a pivotal groundswell of activism across the country. As we honor him and all those who have died at the hands of police, we must not waver in our fight against racism and police violence. It’s important that we all center the lived experiences of students and educators of color and support young activists who stand up against racial injustice. These resources help to critically examine anti-racist practices and provide tools to support youth leadership.
- Anti-Racist Work in Schools: Are You in it for the Long Haul?
- Anti-racism: Educators Must Do the Heavy Lifting
- “We Won’t Wear the Name”