This week, thousands of educators across the country are wearing “Black Lives Matter” shirts to school and teaching lessons about structural racism, intersectional black identities, black history, and anti-racist movements for the nationally organized week of action.
As part of this movement to educate and organize around racial justice in education, NEA’s Human & Civil Rights Department has developed a new resource site, Black Lives Matter at School.
On the site, you can pledge to grow the movement for racial justice in education. Sign the pledge and receive a free download of this NEA Ed Justice Black Lives Matter at School poster:
On the site you’ll also find:
- Stories highlighting NEA member voices from around the country.
- Examples of educators, students and communities that have stood up and mobilized for racial justice in education.
- Resources from NEA locals, school districts, and community partners.
- Art and videos for members and allies to use in their own local efforts.