**Remember that Black History isn't just for February! In this guide I will add suggestions for incorporating Black History in to your classes all year round.**
Make sure to check out the rest of this guide for additional information!
Anti-Defamation League ideas for teaching Black History.
ARRAY101 teaching companion to DuVernay's "When They See Us"
BlackThen **this is NOT an academic site.
Center for Racial Justice resources.
DuSable Museum, Chicago, IL, education resources.
Georgia Public Broadcasting resources.
NEA lessons and resources.
Park Hill School curriculum for African and African American studies.
Reginald Lewis Museum, Baltimore, MD, curriculum and lesson plans.
Teach With Movies Black History Month curriculum and lesson plans.
Trenton, NJ Schools African American curriculum guide.
Tuesday Morning Group blog. This is a group of Kanawha County leaders who work to preserve Black History and elevate the community.
Tulsa Historical Society exhibit on the 1922 Tulsa Race Massacre
Johnson Publishing Archives Jet and Ebony magazines archives.
Freedom's Journal, the First U.S. African-American-owned newspaper, archives.
Susie King Taylor - Black Civil War Nurse (Library of Congress Story Map)
The Original Innovators (article about Black cooks and contributions to )food and cooking in the U.S.)
The significance of the "doll test" - Psychologists Kenneth and Mamie Clark's experiment testing black children's perceptions of racial difference played a role in Brown v. Board of Education.
Black By God.org blog and newspaper articles by Affrilachian artist, digital media entrepreneur, and social advocate Crystal Good.