An interview with Pema Chodron where she talks about the possibility of more polarization in the current crisis and having compassion for the people, but not condoning the actions that come out of fear. I thought it actually fit so well into how we implement positive discipline at our school and what is happening in Louisville right now.
TED Ideas: Being an Ally For Racial Justice
Edutopia: Diverse Book list for all grades
This American Life, Act Two, with W. Kamau Bell is worth a listen
Teaching Tolerance: Teaching Hard History
NPR podcast: How to talk to race with young children
This site is unbelievable! Black Past has biographies, information about events, and just a very expansive catalog of information. Good to boost our own knowledge so we are well informed in the classroom and our lives. This is the link to the teacher page but search through the whole site- it really is an amazing resource for history.
This podcast approaches some tough conversations that really need to be had right now.
Do's & Don'ts for celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Teach Thanksgiving in a Socially Responsible Way
Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator