National Education Association
Visit the National Education Association’s Black Lives Matter school resources webpage for guidelines on talking about race in the classroom, how to mobilize student action organizations, and art and activism models.
Education Week Teacher
Education Week: Teacher has a list of 15 Classroom Resources for Discussing Racism, Policing, and Protests.
The National Museum of African American History and Culture
The National Museum of African American History and Culture has created a portal for parents and teachers to talk to children about the implications of race and its history.
Teaching Tolerance has a list of resources for encouraging students to discuss difficult topics. These topics include race and ethnicity, religion, gender and sexual identity, bullying and bias, rights and activism, and more.
The National Association for Multicultural Education
The NAME Multicultural Learning section includes activities, case studies, and assessments for teachers and students to use.
A Lesson Plan for grade K-2 created by The Advocates for Human Rights
A Lesson Plan for grades 6-8 created by The Advocate for Human Rights about Human Rights, Responsibility, and you
Created by the Council of Europe this 206-page document provides intercultural education resources for young people and adults. This document includes information on multicultural and intercultural societies, as well as activities, methods, and resources.
*This information pertains mostly to European history