As part of our commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice, we’re working to recognize observances and holidays that center the voices and experiences of historically excluded peoples in the United States. In today’s newsletter, we bring together Black History Month resources for educators and schools.
Learn about Black History Month: At the Association for the Study of African American Life and History, author and professor Dr. Daryl Michael Scott describes the origins and evolution of Black History Month.
Recognize Black History Month at your school: The Center for Racial Justice in Education provides a Black History Month resource guide with the purpose of “ensuring the ongoing integration of Black history and experiences… to uplift every student and reinforce that Black Lives Matter everyday.”
We encourage you to seek out the many narratives and voices that explore Black History Month:
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