The Search for Justice.  i have seen and loved that cartoon many times before, because it helps shift perspective. Some of us might have been clamouring loudly for Equality  when in actual fact what we are needing to champion is

SUMMARY: Equality/Equity cartoon CONNECTIONS: Hang on wall in classroom Diversity (race, abilities, gender, etc.) Use this to help students understand equity in a specific situation that they feel is “unfair” TARGET AGE: all ages (even teachers!

If you teach social justice in any way in your classroom, you'll love this blog post of various social justice books!

Picture Books About Social Justice

A great collection of social justice picture books for elementary students-- a nice way to blend ELA and Social Studies too!

the first step in making peace is assuring social justice ...

IF YOU WANT PEACE, WORK FOR JUSTICE. Recite the above statement like a chant over and over so that it will become instilled deep in your heart and inform your actions: If you want peace, work for.

Social Justice: YOUSOUP: a graphic for understanding diversity and the intersections of identity

You Soup: understanding diversity and the intersections of identity - It's Pronounced Metrosexual

Writing About Writing (And Occasionally Some Writing): On Social Media and Social Justice

"Telling me that I'm obsessed with talking about racism in America is like telling me I'm obsessed with swimming when I'm drowning." ~ Hari Kondabolu -- A similar statement could be made for feminism.

Want your students to actively engage in addressing inequality? Explore this annotated bibliography of resources for teaching students about social justice. Continue Reading →

A Collection of Resources for Teaching Social Justice

A Collection of Resources for Teaching Social Justice - Want your students to actively engage in addressing inequality? Explore this annotated bibliography of resources for teaching students about social justice.

Those we vote into power decide what's legal.  Vote wisely.

“Apartheid was legal. The Holocaust was legal. Slavery was legal. Colonialism was legal.Legality is a matter of Power, Not Justice.” Never use the state as a metric for Ethics.

Anyone who disagrees with the UN on any of these points is welcome to explain the problem...on her own board.

I Love You, America, But This List Should NOT Make You Uncomfortable

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations in the Universal Declaration states basic rights and fundamental freedoms to which all human beings are entitled.

This is the bestest briefing on intersectionality ever- with added description | Another angry woman

This is the bestest briefing on intersectionality ever- with added description

Parenting for Social Justice: Non Violent Communication - Lulastic and the Hippyshake

Psychology infographic and charts Psychology : Parenting for Social Justice: Non Violent Communication Lulastic a. Infographic Description Psychology : P

Social Work and the Ideals of Social Justice (Infographic) — The Good Men Project

Social Work and the Ideals of Social Justice (Infographic) -

This infographic discusses the ideals of social justices that social workers practice on a daily basis.

21 Social Justice Documentaries On Netflix To Watch

21 Social Justice Documentaries On Netflix To Watch

Unfortunately, society is not a level playing field. It is structured on social injustice.

Fixing Our Broken Systems

Unfortunately, society is not a level playing field. For all that these children, to them society has been built this way, they never knew a free world like we know today.

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