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Tell Your Sons

Tell Your Sons

by Allison Banta   Feminists live at my house. Some like their equality with a side of pink and ruffles and twirly dresses. Some prefer dragons and dogs and teal blue, clear like ocean waves. Some love words on crisp pages and wind swaying tree branches and deep,...
Rethinking how you’re teaching Black History

Rethinking how you’re teaching Black History

By Shelby Kretz What do you remember about your Black history education?  Did you learn about Black joy? Black success? Can you remember and name any prominent Black scientists, inventors, entrepreneurs, or artists?  Black history is so much more than slavery and...
How I’m talking to my kids about events at the Capitol

How I’m talking to my kids about events at the Capitol

by Allison Banta In the last year, our kids have lived through a lot of history. Incredibly, that history now includes an armed insurrection at the United States Capitol building. As parents and caregivers, starting a conversation about these events with our kids can...
Black History Month Book Bonanza

Black History Month Book Bonanza

by Stacy Shaneyfelt Ready to immerse your students, kids, and tweens in books that truly mirror their own lives and also introduce them to diverse characters, authentic settings, riveting social justice themes, and greater tolerance for others? Well, I’ve briefly...