N.E.A. Racial Justice is Education Justice
- "The 1619 Project," a resource we have previously highlighted in our collection, was led by MacArthur Genius Award recipient Nikole Hannah-Jones and originally published by the New York Times Magazine. It sheds light on and encourages the reframing of U.S. history by examining the effects of institutional racism in our society and includes:
- (Deep Dive) NEA’s "Racial Justice in Eduaction Resource Guide" is a 90-page comprehensive compilation of tools and resources illustrating ways in which an educator can expand awareness, understanding, and motivations to take action in educational settings and can serve as a blueprint for Educational institutions looking for a more systematic and systemic approach to their Racial Justice efforts and learning.
- (Quick Dive) "A Social and Racial Justice Checklist for Safe, Healthy, and Just Learning," offers a set of guiding questions for uncovering limitations present within digital instruction spaces, while helping educators to plan and assess through a racial justice lens.
- After School and Beyond
- Congregational Learning
- Day Schools and Yeshivas
- Teen Engagement
- Family Engagement