Credit: Sonali Kolhatkar
Credit: Max Haiven and Alex Khasnabish, Truthout
As a continuation of the previous entry on Jane Elliott, here is a Channel 4 documentary of a recent exercise she performed in the UK.
Well we’re very excited and grateful to Natalie Goodnow for sharing this amazing website, which is overflowing with resources about social justice, diversity, and the history of hegemony. It’s called the ZINN EDUCATION PROJECT, and you can search by time period, theme, or even by resource type! Check it out:
or on facebook (lots of different and great material)
The RaceBridges Project describes itself as being a place for “ideas, tools, and resources for teachers who want to explore diversity and race-relations in the classroom”. The website has over 60 videos, a multitude of articles and essays on Dr. King and teaching his legacy to kids, and a large selection of lesson plans, stories for kids, and other resources.
The companion website to California Newsreel’s documentary Race: The Power of an Illusion about race in society, science and history. This site contains many online activities, lesson plans, and informative interviews with anthropologists and other scholars.