Our country’s history is rich with resistance, organizing, and civil rights campaigning—but for many teachers, these movements seem new.
From habeus corpus for Native Americans, to women’s suffrage, to civil rights, none of these freedoms were granted without collective organizing. Unfortunately, many of these stories are invisible. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Read the full article, including a list of 21 free resources for teaching social justice in the classroom, at WeAreTeachers.com. (originally published March, 2019)