Advocate for Black Lives

Learning must lead to action.

Not only is it critical that we teach for Black Lives, we must also organize in support of Black lives and against anti-Black racism. This is all of our work: students, educators, parents, administrators, and community members.

Hanna Barczyk

Resources

Books & Study Groups

Facilitated by the Zinn Education Project, study groups are a free professional learning opportunity open to teachers across the United States. Study group participants can dive deeper into Teaching for Black Lives and create action plans.

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Black Lives Matter at School

Black Lives Matter at School is a national movement organizing for racial justice in education. We encourage all educators, students, parents, unions, and community organizations to join the annual Black Lives Matter at School week of action during the first week of February each year.​ Additionally, there are Black Lives Matter at School “Year of Purpose” activities throughout the school year.

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Pledge to Teach the Truth

In response to a growing number of education laws that attempt to legislate a dishonest account of racism and sexism in U.S. history, teachers are signing a pledge that states: “We, the undersigned educators, refuse to lie to young people about U.S. history and current events.”

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Questions? Contact Us.

Use our contact form to send us questions about the Teaching for Black Lives campaign.

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