Black Lives Matter: From Enslavement to Engagement
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Black History Bulletin, Volume 83 Print Issue No. 1 only Winter/Spring 2020 (36 pages).
The publication includes a foreword on Black Lives Matter: From Enslavement to Engagement, written by the co-editors. The following articles include lesson plans, activities, and teacher resources. This is a perfect resource for teaching Black History inside the classroom and more broadly for community programming.
Article 1 - The Sanctity of Black Spaces: Why High School Black Student Unions are Necessary by Tiffanie Harrison, Micah Moore, Brian Rogers, Ashley Booker, Miyah Smith, & Myisha Rono.
Article 2- Heroes Amongst Us by Mary B. Rice-Boothe.
Article 3- Combatting Enslaved Minds, Forging a New Narrative by Angela M. Ward & Bavu Blakes.
Article 4- Pursuing Freedom: Dismantling the School-to-Prison Pipeline by Courtney Robinson & Shedrick McCall.
The Black History Bulletin is edited by edited by Alicia L. Moore, Ph.D., and La Vonne I. Neal Ph.D. The publication is dedicated to enhancing teaching and learning in the area of history. Its aim is to publish, generate, and disseminate peer-reviewed information about African Americans in U.S. History, the African Diaspora generally, and the peoples of Africa.