Tag Archives: Intersectionality

2020 Curriculum Units Vol 8: Black Girl Magic (Mis)Understood: Representations and Perceptions of Black Women and Girls in the Education System

‘The Revolution Will Not Be Televised’: Reimagining the Role of Black Women in the Freedom Struggle

Yasmin Forbes, Social Studies, Mallard Creek High

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2020 Curriculum Units Vol 6: Anti-Racism and Pedagogy: What Does it Mean to be an Anti-racist Teacher?

Dismantling Internalized Anti-Black Racism in Shakespearean Literature Instruction

Angela Walker, English, West Charlotte High

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2020 Curriculum Units Vol 6: Anti-Racism and Pedagogy: What Does it Mean to be an Anti-racist Teacher?

From Heroism and Exceptionalism to Complexity and Community: A Revised Narrative of the Civil Rights Movement and the Power of People

Elizabeth Haynes, Social Studies, South Mecklenburg High

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 3: Childhood and the City Space in Literature

Urban Mirrors, City Windows: Exploring Identity and Standards through Culturally Responsive Literature and Instruction

Toya Watson, Language Arts, Ridge Road Middle

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2017 Curriculum Units Vol 2: Media and Minorities: Unpacking Stereotypes

How Come You Ain’t Never Like Me? Identity Development in August Wilson’s ‘Fences’

Annette Teasdell, English/ History, North Mecklenburg HS

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