Updated June 25, 2020

Statement and Resolution Condemning Racism and Injustice

Non-Racist or Anti-Racist

Watch the video and understand the difference between nonracism and antiracism. 
Source: The Guardian

Talking About Race - Being Antiracist

Source: National Museum Of African American History And Culture, The National Equity Project, Anti Defamation League (AFL), The Guardian, Teaching Tolerance 

Resources for Educators

A Conversation on Race: A Series of Short Films About Identity in America (New York Times)

Talking About Race (National Museum Of African American History And Culture) 
Talking about race, although hard, is necessary. Here are tools and guidance to empower your journey and inspire conversation.

Social Identities and Systems of Oppression (National Museum of African American History and Culture)

Reading Towards Abolition: A Reading List on Policing, Rebellion, and Criminalization of Blackness (The Abusable Past)
A list of collected resources for teaching, learning, and acting.

Resources for Classroom Lessons

Why Teaching Black Lives Matter Matters | Part I (Teaching Tolerance)
All educators have the civic responsibility to learn and teach the basic history and tenets of this movement for racial justice.

Lesson Support for Teaching Anti-Racism and Black Lives Matter
The San Mateo County Office of Education has called the education community to action. We must stand up, speak out, take action, and fight for a better world for our children. We are compelled to confront the racism and injustice that threaten the American dream for so many. Here are some of the resources available that can support your efforts.