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The Talk -- Race in America

Black and Hispanic families counsel their children about being safe if they are approached by police.

Middle School | High School

History & Social Studies | US History | Social Learning

How Did the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks Affect American Society?

On September 11th, 2001, four commercial airplanes were hijacked in the United States by members of al-Qaeda. Al-Qaeda is a powerful terrorist organization with a [More]

Middle School | High School

History & Social Studies | US History

What Does it Mean to be Anti-Racist? | Above the Noise

After the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer, people around the world began asking the question: Is it enough to just be [More]

Middle School | High School

History & Social Studies

9th-12th Grades ALSDE Critical Standards: Social Studies

Resources for teaching the Alabama State Department of Education Critical Standards for 2020 school closures.

High School

History & Social Studies | World History | US History

Talking to Children Authentically about Race and Racism

PBS KIDS for Parents hosted this important conversation — ​featuring fellow parents, educators and child development and trauma experts — ​about how you can talk [More]

High School

History & Social Studies

How Black Art Can Spark Conversations with Children

This weekend, while reading picture books with my grandchildren, we landed on a book about artist Clementine Hunter, Art From Her Heart, Folk Artist Clementine [More]

PreK | Early Elementary | Upper Elementary

History & Social Studies | The Arts