“Those who have no record of what their forebears have accomplished lose the inspiration which comes from the teaching of biography and history.”
– Dr. Carter G. Woodson

Dr. Woodson founded Black History Month to help African Americans piece together a history which continues to be broken apart by white supremacist culture. He hoped to ignite a sense of power and need for justice in Black people across the nation. Every February, the country furthers his work by recognizing the numerous achievements and contributions of Black leaders and activists. As we approach March, it is important to remember that this work must be continued all year long. As Dr. Woodson conveyed, in order to uplift Black voices of the present, we must spotlight Black voices of the past.

We hope that the resources below provide students and educators with the support needed to empower Black voices in our school communities year-round.

Teaching to Thrive
(Abolitionist Teaching Network)

America’s Promise Alliance
Game Changers: Celebrating & Learning from Black Youth Leadership

Friday, February 26, 2021
1:00 – 2:30 PM ET

America’s Promise Alliance invites you to join in a conversation with Black youth and adult leaders to explore how we can share power and work across generations to write the next chapter of progress for the United States. Register here.

Do you need support with your SEL integration or school culture efforts? TransformEd can help!

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