The Journey to Justice: A Critical Race Theory Primer—a joint initiative between Ms. magazine, the National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) and the Karson Institute for Race, Peace & Social Justice—includes articles, essays, lesson plans, an annotated bibliography and a COMloquium conversation that addresses and examines the perils of teaching critical race theory from kindergarten to college settings.
The Legal and Policy Implications of Teaching Critical Race Theory [College and Beyond] Maria Colompos-Tohtsonie, Ph.D. Candidate
Full Critical Race Theory Primer
#TeachFreedom Trump Syllabus created & compiled by Karsonya Wise Whitehead, Ph.D. with Alicia Moore, Ph.D. & Regina Lewis, Ph.D.
Exploring the Reasons Why Trump Won
Writing White Privilege, Race, and Citizenship: Reading Angela Davis, Toni Morrison, Claudia Rankine and Walt Whitman
A Pedagogy of Resistance in the Struggle Against White Supremacist State-Sanctioned Violence
Exploring the “Crisis” in Black Education from a Post-White Orientation
The African American Saga From Enslavement To Life in a Color Blind Society (Or Racism Without Race)