Teaching #BlackLivesMatter
Police brutality protest. (c) Rick Reinhard
Photo by Rick Reinhard.

How will you teach, learn, and listen with your students about the murder of Walter L. ScottHere is a collection of teaching ideas and resources, originally compiled for Teaching About Ferguson in August of 2014. 
Teaching for Change Bookstore

While expanding our national programs, we are ending our successful ten-year operation of a brick-and-mortar bookstore in D.C. on April 26

We are clearing out inventory by offering discounts on in-store purchases.


This is a good time to stock up on books for your classroom, family, gifts, and/or to donate to your local school. Learn more.

We invite you to check out the lovely collection of memories from our bookstore and author events. Then, add your own.
Recommended New Books
D.C. Area Teacher Learning Opportunities
International Filmfest Returns to D.C. 

Filmfest DC (April 16-26) will showcase more than 70 feature films, documentaries, and shorts from around the world. 

Teaching for Change is partnering with Filmfest DC to spread the word about the festival and to bring filmmakers to D.C. classrooms. Learn more.
Teacher Workshops for
D.C. Area Schools
Lessons of Vietnam:
Power of Protest

Teaching for Change staff are available to offer professional development sessions on Central American history, the Civil Rights Movement, and more. Learn more.
We encourage students and teachers to attend this convening for the 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam Peace Movement on May 1-2.


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