Article on how to handle adoption and going to school for the first time...I HAVE to remember to do this! =)

Article on how to handle adoption and going to school for the first time...I HAVE to remember to do this! =)

This website provides lesson plans to teachers who want to teach diversity in the classroom. There are lesson plans on race, stereotypes, and prejudice such as teaching about The Holocaust.

This website provides lesson plans to teachers who want to teach diversity in the classroom. There are lesson plans on race, stereotypes, and prejudice such as teaching about The Holocaust.

Medicine Wheel uses in classroom: Research Room - Articles and Essays on Multicultural Education, Diversity, and Social Justice

Medicine Wheel uses in classroom: Research Room - Articles and Essays on Multicultural Education, Diversity, and Social Justice

Curriculum for White Americans to Educate Themselves on Race and Racism–from Ferguson to Charleston.

Curriculum for White Americans to Educate Themselves on Race and Racism–from Ferguson to Charleston.

Transracial Adoption Isn't a Big Deal. Until It Is. By Kristen @ Rage Against the Minivan

Transracial Adoption Isn't a Big Deal. Until It Is. By Kristen @ Rage Against the Minivan

Interesting article about white privilege, that includes the kinds of challenges that trigger racial stress for white people.

Why It's So Hard to Talk to White People About Racism

Interesting article about white privilege, that includes the kinds of challenges that trigger racial stress for white people.

I, Racist --- A beautifully honest reflection on white America's unwillingness to recognize racism when they don't feel that they themselves are racist. By John Metta.

I, Racist --- A beautifully honest reflection on white America's unwillingness to recognize racism when they don't feel that they themselves are racist. By John Metta.

Josephine Baker (1906-1975), dancer and activist, wrote articles about racism in America in the 1950s. She refused to perform for segregated audiences and this helped to integrate her audiences. She suffered threats from the Klu Klux Klan and charged the Stork Club with racism.  Grace Kelly supported her and they stormed out together. Baker worked with the NAACP and was rejected by blacks who feared her radicalism. She spoke in Washington next to Martin Luther King, Jr.

Josephine Baker (1906-1975), dancer and activist, wrote articles about racism in America in the 1950s. She refused to perform for segregated audiences and this helped to integrate her audiences. She suffered threats from the Klu Klux Klan and charged the Stork Club with racism. Grace Kelly supported her and they stormed out together. Baker worked with the NAACP and was rejected by blacks who feared her radicalism. She spoke in Washington next to Martin Luther King, Jr.

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