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Comprehensive Resources for Teachers

Each of these sites have compilations of lesson plans, book lists, and websites that can be used to develop lessons and tie-ins.

 

Hashtags to follow

You can follow these hashtags on various social media sites for further reading. Some of the hashtags may be less active now. There may be archives of some of the hashtags on storify.

September 2014:

#sschat

#TTTI

#HipHopEd

#KidLitforJustice

‪#IfTheyGunnedMeDown

November 2014:

#NoIndictment

#Ferguson

#JusticeforMikeBrown

#FergusonDecision

#BlackLivesMatter

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Teaching Tolerance is a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center. They are tracking teachers who are discussing events in Ferguson with students in the classroom. 

Further Reading

These links provide access to single articles that could inspire class discussion or provide further insight to the reader.

 

Understanding social mobility

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