Ultimately, we can keep fighting hate, bias and injustice through ongoing development of curriculum and programming that keeps people learning and working together.
All of the organizations contributing lessons to #USvsHate have vast resources to offer! If you sign up for their social media and listservs, you’ll get resources on an ongoing basis. You can also explore their schoolwide programs and trainings.
For curriculum development beyond the #USvsHate lessons, check out the Learning for Justice Social Justice Standards, comprised of anchor standards and age-appropriate learning outcomes for K-12 anti-bias work. The standards are divided into four domains—Identity, Diversity, Justice and Action (IDJA). Visit the Student Texts Library, where you can search for texts by domain, topic (ability, bullying, class, gender and sexual identity, immigration, race and ethnicity, religion), grade level and text type.
- National Education Association’s “EdJustice”
Check out other school-wide campaigns that can help create inclusive and equity-oriented school environments, like these:
- Mix It Up at Lunch (Learning for Justice)
- Day of Silence (GLSEN)
- No Name-Calling Week (GLSEN)
- No Place for Hate (Anti-Defamation League)
- I am Jazz and Friends National Day of School and Community Readings (Human Rights Campaign/Welcoming Schools)