• Black Lives Matter at School Resources




     The national Black Lives Matter At School coalition’s brilliant Curriculum Committee worked this year to bring you lessons for every grade level that relate to the 14 principles of Black Lives Matter. Here is the 2020 Curriculum Resource Guide–free, downloadable lessons to challenge racism, oppression and build happy and healthy classrooms. Enjoy! 


    The Fourteen Black Lives Matter Principles can be found HERE.


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    Information about the BLM at school Demands:

    What do we want? Justice! 

    In this era of mass incarceration, there is a school-to-prison-pipeline system that is more invested in locking up youth than unlocking their minds. That system uses harsh discipline policies that push Black students out of schools at disproportionate rates; denies students the right to learn about their own cultures and whitewashes the curriculum to exclude many of the struggles and contributions of Black people and other people of color; and is pushing out Black teachers from the schools in cities around the country. With this analysis, educators in the BLM at School movement developed these demands for the movement:
    1. End “zero tolerance” discipline, and implement restorative justice
    2. Hire more black teachers
    3. Mandate Black history and ethnic studies in K-12 curriculum
    4. Fund counselors 
    These demands will begin to insure safety and equity in our schools. 

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