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Many of the 44,500 teachers in the Zinn Education Project network recognize that, as James Baldwin wrote in his Talk to Teachers, we are living through a "dangerous time." And everywhere, classroom teachers and teacher educators are searching for ways to teach about these dangerous times----looking for how they can teach outside the textbook about vital issues in their students' lives.

At the Zinn Education Project, our mission is to offer people's history teaching resources that help students understand the roots of social injustice and find the tools to work for a world that honors their humanity.

Your support provides teachers with free materials that challenge the corporate textbook and media narratives. This year, we reached educators with timely resources on the criminal "justice" system in Ferguson and elsewhere, climate change, the Koch Brothers, and much more.

Everyday, we receive 20 to 30 new registrations from teachers seeking resources to help their students analyze and make sense of the world----from classroom teachers in Kansas City, Charlotte, Seattle, Austin, McGehee, Alaska, and dozens more towns and cities across the country.

Boston high school teacher Ana Maria Nogueira wrote to say, "I am sharing these resources with my colleagues. I thank you. My students thank you."

Please include the Zinn Education Project in your end of the year giving so that we can reach and support thousands more teachers and students in 2015.

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Bill Bigelow, co-director of the Zinn Education Project for Rethinking Schools
Deborah Menkart, co-director of the Zinn Education Project for Teaching for Change

"If history is to be creative, to anticipate a possible future without denying the past, it should, I believe, emphasize new possibilities by disclosing those hidden episodes of the past when, even if in brief flashes, people showed their ability to resist, to join together, occasionally to win." ----Howard Zinn
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The goal of the Zinn Education Project is to introduce students to a more accurate, complex, and engaging understanding of United States history.
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