Resources for Educators


Promoting Racial Equity in a Predominantly White Educational Institution: A Resource Guide by Department – A detailed guide with links to specific resources

Abolitionist Teaching Network – A plethora of information on Abolitionist Teaching. Includes Resources for Agitators and lots of other helpful information

Abolitionist Teaching Guide for Racial Justice and Abolitionist SEL – From the Abolitionist Teaching Network

Learning for Justice (formerly Teaching Tolerance) – A website with helpful articles, classroom resources, and professional development opportunities. There are also free posters available to download

Resources on Policing, Protest, and Racism

NEA Ed Justice – Part of the NEA website. Their stated purpose is to engage educators, students and allies to foster real dialogue around issues of racial justice in education, to examine policies and practices in our school systems and our communities, and to mobilize and take action for education justice


Empowering Educators: A Convening on Racial Equity in EducationA webinar from American University’s Antiracist Research and Policy Center – ARPC

A Talk to Teachers: Understanding the “Why” and Where to Begin Anti-Racist Work in Schools with Jamilah Pitts – A webinar from the Teachers Pay Teachers Teach for Justice series

The Real History of Rosa Parks and Why We Need to Confront Myths about Black History – A TED Talk by David Ikard