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2020 Curriculum Units Vol 3: Narratives of Muslim Life in America

The Narrative of You: Discovering Identities of Young Children by Appreciating Differences in Race, Religion, and Culture

Caroline Demmitt, Kindergarten, Selwyn Elementary

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

“The Race to an Anti-Racist Community”

Kharma Edwards, Literacy Facilitator, Shamrock Gardens Elementary

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

Teaching Anti-Racism Through Children’s Literature To Children Of Immigrants

Luz Vanegas, 2nd Grade, Charlotte East Language Academy

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2020 Curriculum Units Vol 1: African American Poetry and the Idea of Citizenship

Self-Esteem: Uplifting Young Black Females Using African American Poetry

Vashti A Mosby, Language Arts, Northridge Middle

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 8: Time Travel: Using Music to Explore Past, Present, and Future Messages

“I, Too, Sing America:” analyzing sex, race, and STEM in 20th Century America.”

Shealynn Womble, Language Arts, Governor’s Village STEM Academy

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 1: Frankly Speaking: White Privilege

Teaching White Privilege in Early Childhood

Nakisha Cornelius, Pre-K, Ashley Park PreK-8

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 1: Frankly Speaking: White Privilege

Stranger Things? The World We Know but Ignore: White Privilege and “Being Normal”

Latonda Mitchell, 5th Grade, Mountain Island Lake Academy

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 1: Frankly Speaking: White Privilege

Challenging the White Frame of Mathematics Education: Racialized Differences on Math Test Scores

Emily Rucki, Math, Garinger High 

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2019 Curriculum Units Vol 1: Frankly Speaking: White Privilege

Reducing Racial Bias and Prejudice in Young Children

Emily Hill, Kindergarten, Shamrock Gardens Elementary

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2018 Curriculum Units Vol 3: Nuturing Nature

Epigenetics, Environmental Justice, and Pollution Case Studies in North Carolina

Phil H. Carver, Science, James Martin Middle School

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2017 Curriculum Units Vol 7: The Rise (and Fall) of Democracies around the World

South African Democracy: The Rise and Fall of Hope

Amy Strong Pasko, International Programs Coordinator, North Learning Community

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2017 Curriculum Units Vol 4: Memorials, Memories, and American Identity

Lynching: America’s Missing Narrative

Yasmin Forbes, African American Studies, West Mecklenburg HS

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

Becoming a Critical Consumer of Media: Developing Media Literacy and the Value of Positive Stereotypes

Marielle Matheus, Third Grade, Irwin Academic Center

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

Challenging Stereotypes and Redefining Great Literature: A Kindergarten Exploration

Liza Quinn, Literacy, E.E. Waddell Language Academy

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2015 Vol 7: Africa: Moving Beyond Popular Culture

Fresh off the Boat: Helping Immigrants and Non-Immigrants Unpack the Stereotypes that Affect their School Experience in America

Justine Busto, ESL, East Mecklenburg High School

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