An incredible, informative, collection of essays, articles, analysis, interviews, primary documents and interactive & interdisciplinary teaching aids on civil rights, movement building, and what it means for all of the inhabitants of the planet. With sections on Critical Literacy, The Arts, Mathematics, Technology, Science, Geography, Language, School-Wide Activities, Holidays and Heritage, Talking Back, Early Childhood, Readings and Teaching Aids. Packed into nearly 450 oversize pages are photographs, songs, statements, and work form the likes of such great writers, historians, and activists as Bill Bigelow, James Loewen, Peggy Mcintosh, Luis Rodirguez, Kai James, Clem Marshall, Marta Urquilla, Julie Bisson, the editors and dozens more. What a treasure trove. And what a vital (and useful) tool.
About the Author
Enid Lee began her career as a classroom teacher 35 years ago. Today she is an accomplished "front line teacher," teacher educator, researcher, writer, consultant, facilitator and speaker. She has taught in the Caribbean, Canada and the USA and has been involved in the professional development of teachers for two decades. She consults internationally on anti-racist, inclusionary and equitable education.
Deborah Menkart is the executive director of Teaching for Change, an organization dedicated to spreading social and economic justice by promoting equity focused teaching materials, providing professional development to teachers, and increasing parent engagement in schools through groundbreaking DC area programs.
Margo Okazawa-Rey is Professor at the Fielding Graduate University and Professor Emerita at San Francisco State University. She is coeditor of "Women's Lives: Multicultural Perspectives, " 4th ed. (McGraw-Hill 2007).