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Black History in Passport and CFA Resource Guide
Grades K - 12
This document is a compilation of resources to support classroom discussions on Black History in Passport and CFA.
Ending Black History Month right
This week, Black History Month will come to a close and Women's History Month will begin. Students notice when their history is recognized only during heritage months, so in this edition of The Moment, we're sharing a reminder that it's vital to teach all our history year-round, along with resources to celebrate two trailblazing Black women in your...
Black history, Black joy, Black brilliance
This Black History collection highlights the importance of teaching and celebrating Black History year-round, beyond Civil Rights and enslavement, to affirming the identities of Black people and their literature, art, and creativity that has shaped the culture of the world. The resources below emphasize teaching centering liberation and teaching B...
Black History Month Teaching: Miseducation or empowerment?
This high school English teacher encourages educators to focus on African Americans' contributions to the United States, with the Harlem Renaissance as a way to begin. By Jamilah Pitts in Learning For Justice.
Black History Month: Celebrating Black Liberation Movements
This Black History Month, we’re encouraging educators to recognize and teach that Black history includes narratives that don’t focus solely on pain. While it’s imperative to teach about the realities of racial oppression, it’s just as important to engage students with the many ways Black people have consistently and powerfully resisted white suprem...
Black History Month Resource Guide
Grades PK - 13+
This document is a compilation of resources to support classroom discussions on Black History Month.
Black History Month Questions
Grades PK - 13+
- AIS - Literacy
- Career and Technical Education
- Computer Science
- English Language Arts
- Physical Education
- Social and Emotional Learning
- Social Studies
- World Languages
This document is a contains probing questions to use when planning lessons for Black History Month. It also contains resources such as books, articles, videos, and podcasts suitable for professional learning and lesson design.
Black History Month: Teaching the complete history
Grades PK - 13+
Author Coshandra Dillard writes about the importance of going beyond pain and struggle to examine the liberation, civic engagement, creativity and intersecting identities of Black people during Black History Month. Shared in Learning For Justice.
Black History Month: Teaching beyond slavery
Avoid minimizing Black history; include the full human experience beyond enslavement. By Coshandra Dillard in Learning For Justice.
Black women in history
Be inspired by an exceptional group of women in this collection of videos and web-exclusive features from trusted public media partners. Each of the features below is a window into a documentary or program about Black women who have made a special mark on their communities and the World. The features will connect you directly to the website of a PB...
NYCDOE: Passport to Social Studies – Grade 11 Unit 6 Guide
Note to Teachers: To help with remote learning, student graphic organizers for this unit are available on the NYCDOE TeachHub in a Google Drive folder along with Passport to Social Studies lessons that have been adjusted for remote learning. Access these materials by following these instructions. In this four-week unit, Social and Economic Change:...
Perspectives on Global African History
Perspectives on Global African History features accounts and descriptions of important events in Global African history. Many of these accounts will be instant primary sources available to current visitors to BlackPast and to future historians. Each article is accompanied by a brief biography and photo of its author. For more on Black History, thi...
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