#CharlottesvilleCurriculum

charlottesville webinarWe have been hearing parents and teachers and students both question what happened and express worry and anxiety and fear in response to the event in Charlottesville in 2017Our members have a special role in the community, and our educators have a powerful responsibility to our students and their families. We have assembled lessons and resources for when you address the racist and anti-Semitic terroristic events in Charlottesville with your students.

Here are some ShareMyLesson.com resources submitted by educators and partners from across the country: https://sharemylesson.com/CharlottesvilleCurriculum

Our students and their families deserve to know that we are allies in the fight against intolerance and bigotry. Thoughtful, intentional lessons on the events in Charlottesville, and the fight against bigotry and intolerance is one way of addressing these very serious questions and concerns.

 

 

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