Resources for teaching Black history month

February 1, 2018 ACSA Writer

 

Including resources for talking about race in the classroom

Black History Month

Talking about race in the classroom

California’s Black history

Black female leaders

Please note that ACSA has not partnered with the creators of this content and doesn’t specifically endorse the resources. But we have an interest in assisting you in locating platforms that can provide help and services. Before making use of these resources, we encourage you to check your district protocols and board policies to determine if there are already procedures and resources available on the subject. All Resource Content is ongoing and evolving - please check back for updates.

  
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