Building Inclusive Classrooms

Teaching Tolerance: A Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center

Rethinking Schools 

The National SEED Project on Inclusive Curriculum  

Radical Math


The Representation Project


Elementary Schools

Welcoming Schools: Books to Engage Students 

On Race

History of Racism and Immigration Timeline

Cracking the Codes

Race Files - "Race Files exists to lift the veil of colorblindness – to make race and racism visible. We use analogy, pop culture, and personal narratives to tell the story of race and create a language that will help us defeat racism.Our main focus is Asian Americans, and much that you find here is for and about us."

On Ability Status

How to Talk to Normal People: A Guide for the Rest of Us

"I have cerebral palsy. I shake all the time," Maysoon Zayid announces at the beginning of this exhilarating, hilarious talk. (Really, it's hilarious.) "I'm like Shakira meets Muhammad Ali." With grace and wit, the Arab-American comedian takes us on a whistle-stop tour of her adventures as an actress, stand-up comic, philanthropist and advocate for the disabled.


On Gender

Timeline of the Women's Suffrage Movement

Current Events

Listen, Learn, Participate: A #BlackLivesMatter Resource Series

For Students

Leaning In: A Student’s Guide to Engaging Constructively with Social Justice Content

National Congress of American Indians                   

Poor People's Campaign      

Guidance Team                                                        

Americas Program


Schooling the World


Mindfulness and Justice 

How to Talk to Normal People: A Guide for the Rest of Us

Take the Pledge to Challenge Gender Stereotypes 

United Students Against Sweatshops

The Labor/Community Strategy Center - "The Strategy Center is a Think Tank/Act Tank for regional, national and international movement building, founded in 1989 and based in the 10 million-person world city of Los Angeles. Our campaigns, projects, and publications are rooted in working class communities of color, and address the totality of urban life with a particular focus on civil rights, environmental justice, public health, global warming, and the criminal legal system. We build consciousness, leadership, and organization among those who face discrimination and societal attack--people of color, women, immigrants, workers, LGBT people, youth, all of whom comprise our membership. "

Commentary Sites

Colorlines: Colorlines is a daily news site where race matters, featuring award-winning investigative reporting and news analysis

The Feminist Wire: The mission of The Feminist Wire is to provide socio-political and cultural critique of anti-feminist, racist, and imperialist politics pervasive in all forms and spaces of private and public lives of individuals globally.

Gradient Lair: a blog about art, media, social media, socio-politics and culture on an anecdotal, experiential and empirical level with regards to the experiences of Black women.

Cuéntame: Cuéntame means: Count me or tell me your story – and we ask everyone to do so! Cuéntame is a place for Latinos and the public in general!


Immigrant Justice Corps: The IJC recruits talented lawyers and college graduates from around the country and partners them with New York City’s leading non-profit legal services providers and community-based organizations to offer a broad range of immigration assistance including naturalization, deportation defense, and affirmative applications for asylum seekers, juveniles, and victims of crime, domestic violence or human trafficking.