Anti-Racism and Intersectionality Resources for the Classroom

adrienne maree brown, Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds

Akiea Gross, Woke Kindergarten: Teaching Protest Resource

Akiea Gross, Woke Kindergarten: Wings Read Aloud

Angela Davis, Are Prisons' Obsolete?

Angela Davis & Dylan Rodriguez, The Challenge of Prison Abolition: A Conversation

Audre Lorde, A Burst of Light: And Other Essays

Audre Lorde, “The Uses of Anger: Women Responding to Racism” (a lso printed in Sister Outsider)

Black and Emotional and Mental Health Collective (wellness check-ins, trainings, and other resources),

Critical Resistance's site that offers a lot of tools for thinking, learning and practicing abolition

Harper Keenan, Unscripting Curriculum: Toward a Critical Trans Pedagogy

Jay Gillen, Educating for Insurgency: The Roles of Young People in Schools of Poverty

Jay Gillen, Power In The Room: Radical Education Through Youth Organizing and Employment

Lama Rod Owens, Love and Rage, forthcoming book (and other resources)

Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha, Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice

Bettina Love, We Want to Do More Than Survive: Abolitionist Teaching and the Pursuit of Educational Freedom

Mariame Kaba & Shira Hassan, Fumbling Towards Repair: A Workbook for Community Accountability Facilitators

MDP 150 graphics around building a police free future

Prentis Hemphill, Healing Justice is How We Can Sustain Black Lives

Rachel Kushner,Is Prison Necessary? Ruth Wilson Gilmore Might Change Your Mind

Resmaa Menakem, My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and Mending Our Hearts and Bodies

Sol Development, The Sol of Black Folk

Staci Haines, The Politics of Trauma: Somatics, Healing, and Social Justice

Subini Annamma, The Pedagogy of Pathologization: Dis/abled Girls of Color in the School-Prison Nexus

Tawana Petty, Towards Humanity: Shifting the Culture of Antiracism Organizing

Zinn Education Project's teaching the history of policing to elementary and HS students

Lesson Plans, Activities, and Other Resources

James Baldwin, "A Talk to Teachers" (1963).

Duke Left of Black's Black Studies All Up in Your Classroom:

MTV Act Different (Implicit Bias Tests and Bias Cleanses):

Racial Equity issues and Tools for Educators:

Repurposing Our Pedagogies (abolitionist teaching):

Scholars for Social Justice Teaching Resources:

Teaching Tolerance Lesson Plans:

Vanderbilt Center for Teaching's Difficult Dialogue Guide:

Becoming Anti-Racist ELA Teachers