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Black Excellist: How to Transform the Classroom with Black History: A Teacher's Guide

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Wise Phenomenal
27 Sep 2021

Black Excellist: Transforming the Classroom to include Black History: A Teacher's and Educator's Guide
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Black history lessons in American Public Schools are pretty standard: the Civil War, Slavery, the Emancipation Proclamation, and then the Civil Rights Movement. Then in the month of February, hallway walls are adorned with images and artwork focusing on here is a focus on black historical icons such as Martin Luther King, Jr. Rosa Parks, and now Barack Obama.

But Black students, parents, teachers, and white allies across the U.S. are now demanding a stronger Black History presence in their school district’s curriculum. And not only is there an urgent call for incorporating more context and depth in Black History, but also a need to integrate an exploration of Black Lives in general so that students can make meaningful connections to current issues.

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Info Sources:
PewTrusts.org, CNN, NPR.org, USR Rossier School of Education, TNTP.org, CenterRacialJustice.org

Myles Durkee
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Univ of Michigan

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