White Supremacy

2024 Marching Down “Freedom’s Road”: Civil Rights to the Black Freedom Movement

By Ellen Resnek / Thursday, July 27, 2023 / Comments Off on 2024 Marching Down “Freedom’s Road”: Civil Rights to the Black Freedom Movement
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Birmingham: The winners make the memorials by Owen Dwyer

By Ellen Resnek / Thursday, June 15, 2023 / Comments Off on Birmingham: The winners make the memorials by Owen Dwyer

Day Five of our tour and we visited  Kelly Ingram Park in Birmingham, Alabama. The park occupies a central location in the city’s civil rights history. It sits across the […]

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Sometimes Things Work Out Even  Better Than Expected by Cephus Moore

By Ellen Resnek / Thursday, June 15, 2023 / Comments Off on Sometimes Things Work Out Even  Better Than Expected by Cephus Moore

I have wanted to visit the Memorial for Peace and Justice ever since I attended a presentation by Bryan Stevenson in Pittsburgh five years ago.  But unfortunately, I thought, there […]

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History was not made by just the famous names on all the statues and in all the books by Michele Russo

By Ellen Resnek / Wednesday, June 14, 2023 / Comments Off on History was not made by just the famous names on all the statues and in all the books by Michele Russo

Atlanta, Georgia  & Montgomery, Alabama – It has been made clear that women were  the backbone and at the forefront of the movement. Due to the times and circumstances of […]

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2023 Marching Down “Freedom’s Road”: Civil Rights to the Black Freedom Movement

By Rebecca / Tuesday, August 16, 2022 / Comments Off on 2023 Marching Down “Freedom’s Road”: Civil Rights to the Black Freedom Movement
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Teaching Resources about Gun Violence from National Council for the Social Studies

By Ellen Resnek / Friday, May 27, 2022 / Comments Off on Teaching Resources about Gun Violence from National Council for the Social Studies

Teaching resource and background articles on teaching about gun violence from NCSS, members, colleagues, and news outlets: NOTE: National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS), is providing these resources for […]

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Remembering ‘Tree of Life’… “Never again, means NEVER AGAIN!”

By Ateret Cope / Saturday, February 5, 2022 / Comments Off on Remembering ‘Tree of Life’… “Never again, means NEVER AGAIN!”

Learners will learn about the Tree of Life shooting as an event and as a piece of a larger narrative of antisemitism, discrimination and racial issues within the United States. […]

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“To be a Stronger Tree”: Understanding Hate Crimes & Resisting Hate

By Ateret Cope / Saturday, February 5, 2022 / Comments Off on “To be a Stronger Tree”: Understanding Hate Crimes & Resisting Hate

This lesson contains three parts, which help students to understand: the Tree of Life attack, hate crimes in a larger sense, and how they can take action to enduringly resist […]

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Processing yesterday’s news from Capitol Hill in D.C – January 6, 2021

By Ateret Cope / Saturday, February 5, 2022 / Comments Off on Processing yesterday’s news from Capitol Hill in D.C – January 6, 2021

On January 6, 2021, Americans and the world, witnessed one of the most dangerous moments in the history of this Republic – a mob broke into the Capitol in an […]

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Nazi Ideology as Part of a Continuum of Antisemitism

By Ateret Cope / Tuesday, February 1, 2022 / Comments Off on Nazi Ideology as Part of a Continuum of Antisemitism

Antisemitism existed long before Hitler’s rise to power: Jews had been victims of widespread hatred and suspicion for centuries before. This video explains the historical context of racial antisemitic ideology and […]

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