Educator Resources

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Self-care Can Be Social Justice

Self-care is critical for all educators. But for BIPOC educators, it can be a first step toward self-sustaining, anti-racist practices in schools. Jamilah Pitts September 29, 2020:

What to know about your rights and protections regarding censorship and teaching about racism, sexism, and historical prejudice, sometimes incorrectly called critical race theory.

Teach Truth: Know Your Rights FAQ | NEA

What Anti-racism Really Means for Educators

As anti-racism becomes a popular goal for schools across the nation, this TT advisory board member considers what it really means to be an anti-racist educator.

Young student with a digital tablet.

Stories of Culturally Responsive Education

Stories are powerful points of entry for new ideas and ways of being. Get to know more about Culturally Responsive Education through the stories of people who have shaped and been shaped by it.


Thank you to Dr. Emma S. Norman with Northwest Indian College for sharing these resources and encouraging us as a community to listen and learn:

Jay Julius (Lummi Community Member, Former Chairman of the Lummi Nation) – Sacred America, Ted X Talk (24 minutes), Orcas Island.

Lummi Fishers Return to Ancestral Fishing Grounds after 100 years  (3 minutes)

Revitalizing Cultural Knowledge of the Nooksack River (24 minutes)

Since Time Immemorial: A Fishing Story (20 minutes)

Bellingham Herald (2016) What it is Like to be Lummi (subscription needed)

Logo: Ed Justice

Share Art for Action (Posters for Office and Classrooms)

Students should not be afraid to come to school – what communities can do to keep them safe

ECRA Educator Resources on Immigrant Student Equity

Mills Teacher Scholars

Information on DACA and Resources:

National Immigration Law Center

Undocumented Student Tuition: Overview

#HomeIsHere Toolkit for PreK-12 Educators, Leaders, and Policymakers


Diversity Toolkit

This online toolkit provides an introduction to the multiple facets of diversity. It offers basic information, a short list of strategies and tools, and suggestions for how to find out more. Neither the short list of topics in this toolkit nor the content within each topic is meant to be exhaustive.

TOOL KIT – Ethnic Studies in every School District!
Resources for your info and use.

Resources for April 10th, Dolores Huerta Day can be accessed at
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