Advancement Project: Education Justice working to address the problem of underfunded public schools and their corporate takeover. They seek public education that is accountable and which will provide quality education. Their Quality Education for All campaign works with partners, allies, and policymakers to secure equitable, high-quality public schools for all children.
Anti-Defamation League (ADL) resources for educators, parents, and families include programs and anti-bias training. They include tools and strategies, lessons, a booklist, anti-bullying and cyberbullying resources, family and classroom conversations, an education blog, and webinars and podcasts.
Antiracist Reading Blogger and avid reader Nancy Flanagan tell of books that reflect the changing times. She includes scholarly nonfiction, YA novels, general fiction, and more.
NEA Education: Black Lives Matter at School resources to generate classroom and home conversations about race, and examples of how cities have passed resolutions to support Black Lives Matter at school.
Books Matter a comprehensive book list that addresses issues of identity, bias, and bullying by ADL.
Brain Pop site that has been around for years. It provides information on a variety of topics to help teachers create engaging lesson plans, and for students. They provide free resources to help develop an antiracist curriculum.
Caring for Each Other Sesame Street videos emphasize friendship and acceptance.
Colorful Pages tells about books about diversity for children.
Radical Eye for Equity a blog by Furman University professor P.L. Thomas. He writes about topics concerning school reform, especially reading and equity issues.
Rutgers Center for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (CNCR) provides conflict resolution programs to increase self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-respect in young people.
Teaching Tolerance lessons and resources to help children care about others. Try to get past all the talk of rubrics
Teaching Diversity: A Place to Begin by Janet Gonzalez-Mena, Dora Pulido-Tobiassen (Scholastic)
Teaching Young Children About Bias, Diversity, and Social Justice by Jinnie Spiegler, from Edutopia.
Your Kids Aren’t Too Young to Talk About Race: Resource Roundup Developmentally appropriate links for working with children on social justice issues.
Being Black is Not a Risk Factor: A Strengths Based Look at the Black Child by The National Black Child Development Institute
Black Lives Matter at School: An Uprising for Social Justice by Jesse Hagopian, Denisha Jones, Opal Tometi
Cultivating Genius: An Equity Framework for Culturally and Historically Responsive Literacy by Gholdy E. Muhammad
Cultivating the Genius of Black Children: Strategies to Close the Achievement Gap in the Early Years by Debra Ren-Etta Sullivan
Cutting School: Privatization, Segregation, and The End of Public Education by Noliwe Rooks
Gadfly on The Wall: A Public School Teacher Speaks Out on Racism and Reform by Steven Singer
Hope and Despair in the American City: Why There are No Bad Schools in Raleigh by Gerald Grant
Misguided Education Reform: Debating the Impact on Students by Nancy E. Bailey
The History of Institutional Racism in U.S. Public Schools by Susan Dufresne
This is Not A Test: A New Narrative on Race, Class, and the Future of Education by José Luis Vilson
Savage Inequalities: Children In America’s Schools by Jonathan Kozol
Teaching for Black Lives Edited by Dyan Watson, Jesse Hagopian, and Wayne Au
The Shame of the Nation: The Restoration of Apartheid Schooling in America by Jonathan Kozol
What We Believe: A Black Lives Matter Principles Activity Book by Laleña Garcia and Caryn Davidson
Why Is You Always Got to Be Trippin: School Reform and the Racial Divide by Ciedie Aech