A Campaign of the Zinn Education Project, coordinated by Rethinking Schools and Teaching for Change

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At school, we either learn or unlearn our power. By supporting educators in the classroom and the community, we make our schools sites of resistance, justice, joy, and liberation. Together, we are helping dismantle anti-Blackness in education.

Watch this 3-minute video on the campaign.

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Resources for Educators

Educators hold the power to combat racism and anti-Blackness, and transform classrooms into sites of resistance, hope, and learning about the beauty of Blackness. We’re here to support, with classes, study groups, lessons, podcasts, and more.





Howard Barry

Supporting Educators Teaching Truth

We must come together to support educators in turning classrooms and schools into sites of resistance, justice, joy, and liberation, and to organize against anti-Blackness with colleagues and in communities. We must march against police brutality in the streets. And we must teach for Black lives in our classrooms.

Racial justice educators are fighting back — and they need your help. We must come together to make their fight all of ours. Join us.

Our Movement is Growing

United States with pink dots indicating past and present study group locations
study groups across the country
copies of the book given away
downloads of Black history lessons
teachers in study groups
teachers took online classes
students reached by teachers in study groups and online classes

Help us double the numbers!

Make a donation through the Zinn Education Project today, and indicate your contribution is for the “Teaching for Black Lives” campaign.

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Events & Announcements

November 15, 2022 in Events

History of Racial Terror in the United States

Monday, December 12, 2022: Author, lawyer, and professor Bryan Stevenson will discuss his book "Just Mercy" and history of racial terror in the United States. Under Stevenson’s leadership, the Equal…
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November 14, 2022 in Events

Want to Start a Revolution? Black Women Radicals Confront the Red Scare

Monday, January 23, 2023: Dayo F. Gore will discuss Black women radicals who were active in the revolutionary struggle during the period known as the Red Scare. Gore is associate…
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November 12, 2022 in Events

Starring Mrs. Rosa Parks: Film Excerpts and Behind the Scenes Commentary

Monday, February 6, 2023: Jeanne Theoharis will discuss Rosa Parks’ activism prior to the Montgomery Bus Boycott, her trip to the Highlander Folk School, and the decades she dedicated to challenging…
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