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Abolition of the Slave Trade 1807 by BBC
British history online resources on abolition of the slavery in 1807 including an interactive map. full record
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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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
Groundwood Books by Groundwood Books
Small publisher of multicultral books for children. Has a special focus on Latino literature. full record
Teaching for Change by Teaching for Change
Searchable database of books, videos and posters for social justice education. Includes a wide variety of social justice categories in addition to race such as ... full record
Gender Issues by Ithaca College WISE
List of web links, bibliography, and films related to gender issues. full record
HistoryWiz: Women's History by HistoryWiz
Books and exhibits on women's history. full record
Asian-American Women: A Research Guide by Middle Tennessee State University
Biographies, encyclopedias, journals, and primary sources related to Asian-American women's history. full record
California Newsreel by California Newsreel
Online catalog of the oldest non-profit documentary film center in the country; videos deal with issues ranging from sexual assault, 1964 race riots, ... full record
Film Connection by Film Connection
Loans films about social justice issues to film groups (can include classrooms). Also offers discussion guides and suggestions for taking action. full record
Women Writers in Latin America by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on women writers in Latin America. full record
U.S.History-African American: Lesson Plans by EdSITEment
Multiple lesson plans for multiple grade levels on African American History full record
U.S. History-Civil Rights: Lesson Plans by EdSITEment
Multiple lessons on and related to the Civil Rights Movement full record
U.S. History - Native American: Lesson Plans by EdSITEment
Multiple lesson plans on Native American cultures. full record
U.S. History- Women's Rights/History: Lesson Plans by EdSITEment
Multiple lesson plans on women's history in the U.S. full record
World History- Africa: Lesson Plans by EdSITEment
Multiple lesson plans on folklore and history in several African communities full record
World History-Human Rights: Lesson Plans by EdSITEment
Multiple lesson plans on human rights, what they mean, and how they are used. full record
March is Women's History Month by A to Z Teacher Stuff
Multiple lesson plans on Women's history in America. Lessons on individuals and on larger social contexts for women's sufferage are included. full record
Teaching with Historic Places: Civil War by National Register of Historic Places
Lesson plans using historic places from the Civil War. full record
Teaching with Historic Places: Immigration by National Register of Historic Places
Lesson plans using historic places from immigration. full record
Teaching with Historic Places: Labor History by National Register of Historic Places
Lesson plans using historic places from labor history. full record
Teaxhing with Historic Places: Women's History by National Register of Historic Places
Lesson plans using historic places from women's history. full record
How Did Black Women in the NAACP Promote the Dyer Anti-Lynching Bill, 1918-1923? by Binghamton University
These documents trace the origins of the Anti-Lynching Crusaders and the intensive political activism of these women. Questions and other classroom uses ... full record
Women in World History Curriculum's Website by womeninworldhistory.com
Biographies, lesson plans, essays, links, and other information related to women in world history. full record
Roots of Terror by Project South
Educational toolkit on terrorism. 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
War and Peace in the Twentieth Century by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on war and peace in the 20th century. full record
Motherhood: Biological Asset or Social Liability? by Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
Lesson plans and articles on motherhood. full record
Radical Math by Radical Math
This site offers a searchable database of math and social justice curriculum. Can be searched by social justice issue, math topic or resource type. full record