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SoundOut Student Voice Toolkit by SoundOut
Examples, organizations, publications, and other resources about student voice in schools. full record
SOUL Manuals by School of Unity and Liberation
SOUL has developed three different manuals to support youth and community organizations around the country in running their own political education programs. ... full record
Community Organizing Toolkit by CompassPoint Nonprofit Services, Kinection, Center for Third World Organizing
An online game and additional resources on community organizing. full record
Center for Third World Organizing by Center for Third World Organizing
Programs and information on community organizing for racial justice worldwide. full record
1964 Mississippi Freedom School Curriculum by San Francisco Freedom School
In the summer of 1964, over forty Freedom Schools opened in Mississippi. These schools were part of Freedom Summer, a project of the Southern Civil Rights ... full record
No Human is Illegal: Discussing Immigration in the Classroom by nycore
No Human Is Illegal.pdf — PDF document, 576Kb This guide is for educators to take on the important issues that teachers and students have been tackling in their activism from INSIDE the classroom. ... full record
Revealing Racist Roots: The 3 R's for Teaching about the Jena 6 by Teacher Activist Groups
Revealing Racist Roots.pdf — PDF document, 961Kb The Jena 6 is much bigger than the spirit of Jim Crow being found alive and well in the South. The Jena 6 crystallizes the police violence, discrimination, and ... full record
First Amendment in Public Schools by Anti-Defamation League
Four lessons for high school students about the First Amendment as it relates to students’ rights. Includes lessons on the freedoms of religion, speech, the ... full record
America’s Conscience: The First Amendment in Our Daily Life by Anti-Defamation League
An educational resource for teaching about the First Amendment and celebrating National Constitution Day; includes an overview of the First Amendment, lesson ... full record
Camouflaged: Investigating How the U.S. Military Affects You and Your Community by New York Collective of Radical Educators (NYCoRE)
Camouflaged: Investigating How the US Military Affects You and Your Community is a tool for educators to help middle and high school-aged students explore the ... full record
Every Drop Counts: Water Conservation Project by A. G. Bell School
Every Drop Counts.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 47Kb This project combines math, writing, research and environmental science to provide students with an opportunity to quantify how much water they use in their ... full record
Open Caucus civic engagement program for high school students by Active Citizen Project
OC Fall 08 -- Double-Sided Flyer.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 263Kb OC Fall 08 -- Registration Form.doc — Microsoft Word Document, 242Kb Open Caucus (OC) is a community-based and online civic activity for high school classes. It's a series of creative social studies activities that teachers can ... full record
Beat it! Defeat it! Racist Cookies! We Won't Eat it! by New York University
Racist Bakery Lessons-Units-1.pdf — PDF document, 266Kb On Thursday, January 17th, Fox 5 News in New York City reported a story about a baker in Greenwich Village who was selling “Drunken Negro Head” cookies, yes, ... full record
Youth & the U.S. Justice System by W. Haywood Burns Institute
This 120-page popular education-based history curriculum traces developments in the juvenile justice system from the 1500’s to the policies and practices of ... full record
Using Their Words by Social Justice Critical Inquiry Project
Using their Words showcases social justice education projects in elementary school classrooms. All the units housed on this site: -were designed and ... full record
Love, Race, and Liberation: ‘Til the White Day is Done
Love, Race, and Liberation.pdf — PDF document, 232Kb The title of this guide gives a nod to one of the greatest poets of the Twentieth Century. ‘Til the White Day is Done is a line from the 1926 poem Dream ... 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
Learning Activities using [the film] "The Yes Men Fix the World" by The Yes Men
The first part of the guide has suggested learning activities to prepare students to understand the movie at a deeper level: ⇒ thinking about satire and its ... full record
Colectivo Flatlander Resources by Colectivo Flatlander
A collection of introductory resources on popular education and community organizing. Includes resources in Spanish. full record
Staying Safe in a Toxic World by World Education/The Change Agent
CA_32.pdf — PDF document, 16499Kb extras costal.pdf — PDF document, 1205Kb extras Jaumot-Pascual.pdf — PDF document, 809Kb extras who works.pdf — PDF document, 199Kb When people think of “the environment,” they often imagine natural landscapes—forests, oceans, and mountains. But your home and yard, nearby parks, schools ... full record
Girls for Gender Equity Community Walk Guide by Girls for Gender Equity
GGE Comm _Walk_Observation_Guide-1.pdf — PDF document, 113Kb The Girls for Gender Equity (GGE) Urban Leaders Academy After School Program fosters youth leadership, in part, through content and learning experiences that ... full record