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Take some time to read today. Check out one of these 40 books for educators that discuss anti-racism and how to take action in the school system.
Consider what you know about anti-racism.
Digitally visit the National Museum of African American History and Culture’s "Talking about Race" Web Portal. The Portal helps people explore issue of race, racism and racial identity with their families.
Reflect on one lesson you learned. Discuss this lesson with a peer or adult.
Take a look at what you wear. Which styles are inspired by Black artists or culture? Did you know about the 1920s Harlem Renaissance? Learn about the many eras of African American influence on fashion.
Reflect on what you discover from this exercise.
Today you can act. Use your creativity to create a poster. What words are important and meaningful to share with your friends and family that address social justice?
Reflect on what you learn. Invite people to act with you.
Consider what you learned this week and write a letter to your local political leader(s).
What would you like to see change?
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