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Teaching Tolerance: A project of the Southern Poverty Law. A place for educators to find thought-provoking news, conversation and support for those who care about diversity, equal opportunity and respect for differences in schools.
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Border Crossers is an education equity nonprofit that utilizes creative tools to encourage educators in explorations of race, class and cultural differences with young students. We believe that if educators are prepared to have meaningful conversations about diversity, students will be better equipped to interrupt patterns of racism and injustice in their own lives and thrive in a multicultural society.
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- includes lists of most-recommended resources for introductory-level and moderate-expertise with social justice in education, as well as most helpful magazines and journals in doing multicultural teacher education work
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