BLM at School Resources
Black Lives Matter at School
Black Lives Matter at School is a national coalition organizing for racial justice in education, hosting this annual week of action for educators, students, parents, unions, and community organizations.
Access more information on the thirteen guiding principles of the Black Lives Matter at School week of action.
Build an Empowering Classroom Library
Connect students with real-life stories that celebrates the richness of the lived Black experience
Black Lives Matter at School Pledge
When we join together to rewrite the rules, we make our schools places where students can investigate, innovate and make mistakes and missteps—and that’s better for all of us.
Resources from NEA EdJustice
Check out resources to help facilitate conversations about race, including classroom appropriate lesson plans, guides on how to have tough conversations with peers and students, and more.
Get Our BLM at School Poster!
Complete our quick form and we'll give you a link to download a poster or let us know where to send one in the mail.
We demand justice and equity for Black lives, in all places, in all forms. It is our responsibility as educators to ensure that every student feels welcome at school.
— NEA President Becky Pringle
Black History Month Resources
Integrate Black History Month into your classroom, with these lesson plans and materials to fit multiple grade levels.
Making Black Lives Matter at School
Three community activists offer questions for reflection on how to make Black lives matter in the classroom, at school, and in the community.
Join Our Movement
We ask only what is right: equal opportunity for every student, every educator, every family. At home, in school, online, in Washington–there’s a right place for all of us to make a difference.
Create safe and supportive schools
Every student deserves a safe, welcoming, affirming learning environment. We provide the tools for educators to make it happen.
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