A Tale Of Two Districts: How Schools Are Implementing Anti-Racism Curriculums

SOURCE As schools in the United States try to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic, they're also opening during a racial reckoning across the country. Last month, a Black sixth-grade teacher…

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‘I Had to Stand Up for My Parents’: Your Childhood Memories of Translating for Family

SOURCE Carly Severn. Lina Blanco Jul 30 When a 10-year-old girl named Maggie called KQED Forum recently to ask a COVID-19 question on behalf of her parents, thousands of listeners heard her…

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9 Picture Books for Preschoolers That Celebrate Diversity

SOURCE Books about diverse families teach young children to appreciate—and celebrate—differences in race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation.By Gerard ViscoJuly 28, 2020 FatCamera / iStock Every June 12, America celebrates Loving Day, the…

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‘These Rules Turn Title IX On Its Head’: Why Advocates Say New Regulations Will Chill Reporting

SOURCE By PETER MEDLIN • 1 HOUR AGOShareTweetEmail NIU students marched last year in opposition of the university's handling of Title IX casesSARAH JESMER In May, the Department of Education made sweeping changes to Title…

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Virus Of Hate: A Catalyst For Activism

SOURCE By CASSANDRA BASLER• 18 HOURS AGOShareTweetEmail An image from the documentary "Who Killed Vincent Chin?" Chin, 27, died after being beaten with a baseball bat by two laid off auto workers…

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