Cultural Iceberg - When teaching topics related to social justice and respecting cultures, this is a good visual reference to open the conversation about the more and less visible aspects of culture (perhaps a FACULTY discussion)
A Collection of Resources for Teaching Social Justice - Want your students to actively engage in addressing inequality? Explore this annotated bibliography of resources for teaching students about social justice.
Parenting for Social Justice: Non Violent Communication
These "Get Real With Teens About Diversity + (in)Equality Cards" were designed to invite honest self-reflection and courageous conversations. The topics address real and often challenging issues that impact the lives of young people today. Topics addressed include:Media-Generated StereotypesIssues Around Race, Class, Ethnicity, Gender, and SexualityIdentity PoliticsMulticulturalism at (or not at) SchoolPower, Agency and VoiceThey can be used as journal writing prompts, questions for…
Fact: Every additional year of primary school boosts girls’ future wages by and an extra year of secondary school by
“you don’t have to wear makeup to be pretty!” cool cool but how about “you don’t have to be pretty to be a valuable, respected, and important human being”. http://kayla-bird.tumblr.com/post/131633411984/you-dont-have-to-wear-makeup-to-be-pretty