Equity Focused Resources

Resources with the Equity tag center liberatory learning practices and clearly name the injustices that BIPOC, LGBTQ+, disabled, and undocumented youth face within our current educational system. All youth deserve spaces to learn, grow, and flourish free of racism and discrimination. Use these equity-focused resources to reflect on your own path towards equitable teaching and learning.

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In this article, Dr. Gholdy Muhammad covers five pursuits of culturally and historically responsive teaching:...

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This podcast records conversations with educators committed to equity and high quality mathematics education for all...

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In this lesson, students examine an infographic on strawberries and labor that shows the connections between...

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The Paper Box Motion Story is like a tiny, manual movie theatre! It can be used to summarize information, share...

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These video read alouds - created through a liberatory, abolitionist lens - ensure that kids are making connections...

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This activity guide supports children to draw across the color line and to create and see in more color-expansive...

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In this podcast, Dr. Nathan Alexander talks about Afrofuturism, Black futurity, and how he connects these concepts...

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This comprehensive guide outlines key elements of a culturally relevant and responsive approach to teaching in...

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This "practice brief" support educators to create a more full sense of belonging for gender-diverse students in...

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Engage the elements of storytelling - character, setting, and plot - to combat stereotypes with this activity video...

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Learn about the revolutionary applications of screenprinting in the Black Panther Party and try out screenprinting...

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This TikTok is packed with hands-on ideas for introducing Native history to young learners.

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