These books can be used to highlight injustices that have taken place and can be a good jumping point for civil rights discussions.
Inspiration : Parenting for Social Justice: Non Violent Communication Lulastic and the Hippyshake
21 Social Justice Documentaries On Netflix To Watch
Whats on TV Friday: Ava DuVernays and Lewis Black in Black to the Future
A Collection of Resources for Teaching Social Justice
A Collection of Resources for Teaching Social Justice - Want your students to actively engage in addressing inequality? Explore this annotated bibliography of resources for teaching students about social justice.
social justice Interview with the Southern Coalition for Social Justice on Social Work and Poliltics. Definition of social justice
"Telling me that I'm obsessed with talking about racism in America is like telling me I'm obsessed with swimming when I'm drowning." ~ Hari Kondabolu -- A similar statement could be made for feminism.
Proverbs Love the King James : Open thy mouth for the dumb in the cause of all such as are appointed to destruction. Open thy mouth, judge righteously, and pleas the cause of the poor and needy.
Social Justice & Human Rights
Street Art Message: Keep Your Coins ~ I want change
RaceBridges Studio-Exploring diversity and race relations in the mission and challenge of building social justice quotes
I Love You, America, But This List Should NOT Make You Uncomfortable
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a infographic from Zen Pencils. Just a reminder, people.
Understanding Our Basic Human Rights
Understanding our most basic HUMAN RIGHTS. (The 30 Articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as adopted by the United Nations in
SUMMARY: Equality/Equity cartoon CONNECTIONS: Hang on wall in classroom Diversity (race, abilities, gender, etc.) Use this to help students understand equity in a specific situation that they feel is “unfair” TARGET AGE: all ages (even teachers!
March With History's Greatest Writers On Your Side, Thanks To This Protest Art
sadslavic: Protest art by Molly Crabapple
Deporting parents away from their U.A born children is Legal. What a world we live in when what is Legal turns what is RIght on its head.