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Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600-2000 by Binghamton University
Organized around 72 document projects with 2100 primary documents, the Women and Social Movements website offers new ways for students, teachers, and scholars ... full record
10 Quick Ways to Analyze Children's Books for Racism and Sexism by Birch Lane Library
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Gender Issues by Ithaca College WISE
List of web links, bibliography, and films related to gender issues. full record
The Challenge of Intersecting Identities in American Society: Race/Ethnicity, Gender and Nation by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on racism, sexism, and nationalism. full record
Motherhood: Biological Asset or Social Liability? by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on motherhood. full record
Women's History Teacher's Guide by Feminist Majority Foundation
Feminist teaching tools, history, lesson plan, and lists of further resources. full record
Women's Studies Research on the Web by Duke University
List of web links to research women's history. full record
Research Tools for Gender & Women's Studies by University of California Berkeley
List of online research tools on gender and women's studies. full record
Documents from the Women's Liberation Movement by Duke University
Digital archive of primary sources from the women's liberation movement. full record
Sexual Oppression and Religious Extremism in Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on Margaret Atwood's "The Handmaid's Tale." full record
Against All Odds by United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees
"Against All Odds" is a free online video game that lets students follow a young person's flight from oppression in his or her home country to exile in an ... full record
Responding to Violence and Hate by Anti-Defamation League
Resources and lesson plans for families and educators to help discuss hate and violence with children and youth. full record
Words That Heal: Using Children's Literature to Address Bullying by Anti-Defamation League
Discussion guides for five children's books that address bullying, a bibliography of children's literature on bullying, and information for educators about ... full record
PeaceGAMES by Women of Color Resource Center
cover image smaller web.jpg — JPEG image, 41Kb PeaceGAMES is an education and organizing resource that uses popular education methodologies and a multi-media approach to encourage reflection, discussion and ... full record
Cyberbullying: Understanding and Addressing Online Cruelty by Anti-Defamation League
Lessons and resources for elementary, middle and high school students that introduce young people to information and skills about Internet communication, ... full record
Human Rights Education Lessons (in Spanish) by Teachers College
This guide has 20 lessons originally used in the Dominican Republic to focus on human rights issues in the country like racism, police abuse, sexism, child ... full record
Transgender Youth and the Prison Industrial Complex by FIERCE
5166_transyouthPICflowchart.pdf — PDF document, 4194Kb This flow chart outlines the life experiences and institutional factors that place trans youth of color within the prison industrial complex. full record
CIVIO, A Civil Rights Game by Reach And Teach
CIVIO is a strategy card game that explores the relationship of issues, freedoms, laws, and Supreme Court cases that have both strengthened and reduced civil ... full record
Something is Wrong: Exploring the Roots of Youth Violence
Through this 350-page curriculum guide we want to challenge youth to think about a) the roots of violence in their lives; b) the enforcers and victims of ... full record
What Young People Should Know Before Joining the Military by Teachers for Social Justice
Beforejoiningthemilitary.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 74Kb “What Young People Should Know Before Joining the Military” is a unit designed for a 10th grade US History class. The historical component revolves around ... full record
IndyKids March/April 2010
#24.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 41Kb indykids_iss24.pdf — PDF document, 5213Kb In the March/April 2010 issue you will stories about girls in sports, the situation of Haiti's kids and the country's history, an update on the war in ... full record
IndyKids May/June 2010 by IndyKids
indykids_iss25.pdf — PDF document, 2375Kb #25.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 49Kb The May/June 2010 issue includes articles about the Supreme Court, immigrant rights, the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, reading critically this summer, ... full record
The New Sex Ed by Expanding the Movement for Empowerment and Reproductive Justice (EMERJ)
The New Sex Ed is a multi-media online resource that you can use to bring sexuality education JUSTICE to your communities. These tools were created by ... full record
Fashion: The Power, The Peril, and the Passion by The Change Agent
Fashion is a topic that can be both fun and serious. In this thought provoking, visually appealing issue of The Change Agent, we examine: how our clothes make ... full record
IndyKids March/April 2011 issue by IndyKids
indykids_iss29.pdf — PDF document, 6440Kb This issue includes kids from Egypt talking about how they took part in their country's revolution, articles about how to cope with the recession, kids in ... full record
ABC's of LGBT by Town School for Boys
Selling Boy and Girl.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 23Kb Boys Like, Girls Like.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 21Kb Mind your Language.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 28Kb When I Grow Up.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 25Kb These Lesson plans are perfect entry points to exploring hetero-normative attitudes on the early elementary grades. The focus is on gender bias, which lays ... full record
That's Not Fair!: Guide and Handbook by Ma'yan, a program of The JCC in Manhattan
TNF Handbook FINAL.pdf — PDF document, 3861Kb That's Not Fair! is Ma'yan's Social Justice Apprenticeship, where Ma'yan staff collaborate with working artists to teach girls how to use art to educate, ... full record