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Free Lesson Plans for Black History Month

LaronwilliamsLooking for resources to use in February to commemorate Black History Month? RaceBridges has six free lesson plans available, including "From Flint, MI to Your Front Door: Tracing the Roots of Racism in America" that features storyteller La'Ron Williams. Williams recounts his experiences growing up as an African-American child in an area that underwent a transformation in the 60s from an all-White neighborhood into one that was all-Black. Williams recalls the impact upon his life of the 1955 death of Emmett Till, an African American teenager from Chicago, who was murdered in Mississippi for allegedly whistling at a white woman. All lessons are designed for middle school and high school, and all of the materials that teachers and counselors need to conduct the lessons are included on the RaceBridges website.


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