Bring important concepts of diversity, and social justice into your classroom with our new Equity & Inclusion curriculum, designed to help your learners join the conversation.
Civil Rights leader and US congressman John Lewis guides learners through historic and present-day social movements, showing how ‘good trouble’ can be a powerful way to build a better world for all.
In this lesson, students reflect on who they are, what shapes them, and how they might appear to others. Learners build and curate a museum collection to represent aspects of their identities and share them with their peers. They’ll also come to understand the visible and non-visible elements of identity.
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Travel back in time to a place known as Manito Ahbee. Live amongst the Anishinaabe Nation to learn and understand how the people thrived on this land in harmony with Mother Earth. Hunt bison, learn from Knowledge Keepers, visit the sacred Petro forms, and more!
Find lessons on social justice, inclusion, identity, civil rights, and indigenous culture. Introduce students to historical leaders from social movements around the world and encourage critical values of equity and empathy.
Many of our Equity & Inclusion lessons were authored by educators with support from Teaching Tolerance. A project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, Teaching Tolerance provides free resources to support social justice and anti-bias education in K-12 schools.
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