Books can take us to new worlds (windows) or affirm our own identities (mirrors). Explore our collection of inclusive reading lists that will bring both to your bookshelves today.
Check out these top picks and find your students’ (or your own!) next read.
From Amanda Seales to W. Kamau Bell, these public figures share why supporting Black teachers is a crucial part of Black History Month.
Use these tips and customizable templates to spread the word about your (or your friends’) DonorsChoose project to celebrate Black History Month!
Ahead of Juneteenth our CEO, Alix Guerrier, reflects on why it’s important that our country’s students understand that Black history is American History.
Check out the creative ways teachers are honoring the contributions of Black leaders and individuals throughout the school year.
We saw so many beautiful moments of joy, celebration, and learning throughout our Black History Month campaign. Dive into our five favorite moments!
If you're looking for ways to talk about Juneteenth in your classroom, check out these resources.
Read our team’s reflections on working at an organization centered on educational equity, the importance of representation in the classroom, and how identity impacted their school experiences.
The DonorsChoose shares reflections on the book PUSHOUT: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools by Monique Morris.
Mr. Cameron, a math teacher from Washington D.C. shares the powerful impact that having a Black teacher had on his life.
Explore projects from teachers down the street, in your hometown, or in school districts with the greatest need.