Stamped Educator's Guide

A curricular guide for Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You  by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi, geared for educators and students, ages 12 and up. This guide suggests a month-long approach to reading and discussing Stamped with middle-school and high-school readers in English, English Language Arts, Social Studies, History, and Humanities classrooms.

Drop the Mic - Middle School

Today is a time of great disruption and, hopefully, change. People around
the world are finding their voices and using them to speak up for what they believe in or to discuss their experiences. Children and teens are among them, reckoning with events unfolding that greatly affect them, and adjusting to
new schedules and realities. Kids are eager to discuss and share ideas, to ask questions and learn from new sets of circumstances.

The Black Friend

In The Black Friend, Frederick Joseph writes that the purpose of this book is to help white people
actively work to solve “problems created and perpetuated by white people” (p. 2). Therefore, this
book doesn’t just benefit white students. It is also beneficial for white educators.

Drop the Mic - High School

Today is a time of great disruption and, hopefully, change. People around the world are finding their voices and using them to speak up for what they believe in or to discuss their experiences. Children and teens are among them, reckoning with unfolding events that greatly affect them and adjusting to new schedules and realities. Kids are eager to discuss and share ideas, to ask questions and learn from new sets of circumstances.

Unspeakable

IN UNSPEAKABLE, author Carole Boston Weatherford and illustrator Floyd Cooper provide young readers with the unsettling truths about the history of the United States and the impact of white supremacy and racism. Too often educators and caregivers believe that children are too young for these truths about race and racism, when in reality, they have hardly been

a secret. As truth seekers, children are always looking to make sense of the world around them.

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