Racial Justice Curriculum Created by Teachers FOR Teachers
Posted by Pulitzer Center on February 23, 2021
Many educators who were part of our fall 2020 Teacher Fellowship track on Arts, Journalism, and Justice developed and modeled fantastic units exploring racial justice. These lessons encourage students to use various forms of creative expression to foster connections and demonstrate learning.
In celebration of Black History Month, explore and consider trying these Teacher Fellow units centering on racial justice:
- Reframing the Gaze: Incorporating Joy into Our Truth-telling
- Are the Founding Principles Applicable to All Americans?
- Activating Justice: Responding to Systemic Racism Through Art and Images
- Investigating Police Budgets
- Sickle Cell Disease and Health Justice
- Exploring Personal Connections to Racial Justice Through Social Emotional Learning
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