Sh*t White Girls Say…to Black Girls
Videos/Movies
by Francesca Ramsey Chescaleigh, 2012 2:01 min Conversations about race are often difficult and uncomfortable, but if we want a just,…
Help Students Learn About Making Those Who Are Invisible Visible
A student walking down the hallway spills his drink and keeps walking, never thinking about the janitor who will have…
Resources for Helping Students Fact-Check News and Other Sources
by Marsha Rakestraw Is that news story about the health impacts of chocolate true? Are those claims about immigrants made…
Who’s Missing From Mainstream Media? (lesson plans)
by Marsha Rakestraw A few years ago at our graduate student residency, one of the students led an activity in…
“Boys Can’t Do That!”: 3 Activities for Exploring Gender Roles with Young Children
by Marsha Rakestraw “He can’t have a doll, he’s a boy!” “Girls can’t be firemen!” “You’re not a boy. You…
Can You Spot the Biases in Your Classroom?
by IHE Peruse a piece of information, and it may seem objective. Look again with a more critical eye, and…
6 Videos for Teaching Students About Tech Bias and Influence
by Marsha Rakestraw Technology is not neutral. And while we’re increasingly learning about (and addressing) the pervasive influence of fake…
15 Most Popular Humane Education Activities in 2017
Humane education activities and lesson plans are just one of the many resources we provide for teachers, activists, and changemakers…
9 Resources for Teaching About Unconscious Bias
by Marsha Rakestraw We all have biases. We’ve heard many times that those biases are an evolutionary adaptation that helped…
Evolving Toward Conscientious Language With Ethical Language Style Guides
by Marsha Rakestraw As we strive to become a more just and inclusive world, there is backlash against what has…
Resources for Teaching About Fake News & News Literacy
by Marsha Rakestraw In his recent book, Weaponized Lies: How to Think Critically in the Post-Truth Era, Dr. Daniel Levinson…
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian
Books
by Sherman Alexie Little, Brown & Co, 2007. 230 pgs Grades 8 and up Arnold Spirit, Jr., is a 14-year-old…