Harvard University School of Education tweeted some of these excellent resources.
- Facilitating conversations with students about white nationalism.
- Resources for educators for talking about race and bias, strategies for leading these conversations at the higher ed level, advice for parents for talking about trauma and community violence, from Usable Knowledge
- Guidelines for discussing controversial topics in the classroom, from the Center for research on Learning and Teaching at the University of Michigan
- Resources for standing up to hate and intolerance, advice on preparing students for difficult conversations, and a lesson teaching different forms of civic participation, from Facing History
- Strategies for educators for preparing for conversations about race and racism, a guide for responding to biased language, and an essay on fostering students’ moral and civic development, from Teaching Tolerance
Here are three interactive websites that review the history of lynching and slavery.
- The Amistad Commission is an interactive curriculum about African American history establish by the state of New Jersey. You do have to create an account, but its free.
- Another website called "Citizenship and Social Justice," considers race and racism from Ferguson to Charlottesville. It includes a number of interesting essay and resources for educators.
- The Police Violence Map allows you to see the number of people who have been killed by police using interesting and engaging maps and graphs.
Here are some excellent analytical news stories about the tragic events at Charlottesville, race, and white nationalism.
- What do to with Confederate Statutes, Juan Cole
- Far-Right Groups Surge Into National View in Charlottesville, New York Times
- The Battle for Charlottesville, Jelani Cobb for New Yorker
- Charlottesville and the effort to Downplay Racism, Tia Toltino for New Yorker
- The Ugly, Violent Cliches of White Supremacist Terrorism, Vinson Cunningham for New Yorker
- Take the Statutes Down, Yonni Applebaum for the Atlantic
- Militiamen Came to Charlottesville as Neutral first Amendment Protectors, Commander Says, Washington Post
- "Jews will not Replace Us" Why White Supremacists go after Jews, by Yari Rosemberg, Washington Poster Perspective
- John Oliver on Trump's Charlottesville response, There's no point in waiting for leadership
- Burning Tulsa, The Legacy of Black Dispossession, Linda Christensen, Zin Ed Project
Professor Walter D. Greason at Monmouth University tweeted links to a number of excellent clips about the history of lynching in America, and a number of riots like the 1919 Chicago Police Riot. You can find more of them if you subscribe to his You Tube feed called The Conversation Starts Today: Race and White Privilege.
Finally, This Social Justice website has a great list books about social justice categorized by age--elementary school, middle school, high, and adult.