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“Jordan Davis in our Classrooms” – Teaching Resource on Racial Injustice

Melinda Anderson

We have to get serious about educating young minds about what racism is, how it manifests and from where it comes. For some teachers putting race into context can feel like an insurmountable hurdle. Yet in public school classrooms across America race and racial injustice are very real and relevant for students. Through teaching, we acknowledge students’ reality and arm students with the tools and knowledge to better engage complex issues like systemic racism and racial injustice.

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I love how the lesson on justice is outlined out in this article. Really cool to see prompts like this. And, I like how some of the questions don't bring race into the question itself until you look at the references. I would be interested to see students' responses.

    • Melinda Anderson

      I am excited to hear feedback on the lessons. I hope students are as engaged by the materials as those who contributed to this collaborative effort.