Resources for Teaching and Learning About Intersectionality
by Marsha Rakestraw All of us have a variety of characteristics that contribute to who we are: our gender and…
#FridayFeature: 5 Children’s Picture Books Celebrating Identity
by Marsha Rakestraw Even we adults struggle with our identity, so imagine how challenging it is for children, in a…
What’s New Wednesday 6-28-17: News & Resources for Educators & Solutionaries
Each week find a round-up of selected resources, news stories, and commentary related to humane living, global ethical issues, and…
Mixed Me!
Books
by Taye Diggs Feiwel and Friends, 2015. Grades K-3 Mike is a perfect blend of his two parents. Mike…
What’s New Wednesday 4-5-17: News & Resources for Educators & Solutionaries
Each week find a round-up of selected resources, news stories, and commentary related to humane living, global ethical issues, and…
The Changing Face of Advertising: What It Might Mean and How It Might Matter
This blog post was originally published on Common Dreams. Reposted here under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 License. by Zoe…
Resources for #WeNeedDiverseBooks
by Marsha Rakestraw When I was a child, I read a lot of books. A lot. And other than the…
What’s New Wednesday: News & Resources for Humane Educators & Changemakers
Each week find a round-up of selected resources, news stories, and commentary related to humane living, global ethical issues, and…
Towers Falling
Books
by Jewell Parker Rhodes Little, Brown and Company, 2016. 228 pgs Grades 3-7 Deja is starting 5th grade at a…
The Family Book
Books
by Todd Parr Little, Brown & Co., 2003. Grades PreK-2 The Family Book is a simple picture book with colorful…
Tips for Selecting Anti-Bias Children’s Books
by Marsha Rakestraw Stories are a powerful tool. They teach us about the world and ourselves; they influence our values;…
11 Children’s Picture Books That Shatter Gender Stereotypes
by Marsha Rakestraw Just as we like to pretend that we live in a post-racial society, many of us want…