Anti-Racist Curriculum Library

This library includes resources for educators interested in featuring BIPOC stories, narratives and perspectives in their classroom. The curriculum developed by Youth4Change is divided into separate class sessions. Educators may choose to teach all class sessions as a whole unit, or select specific class sessions or activities that they’d like to highlight with students.

Class Session 1 – Indigenous Narratives

In this class session, we focus on the concepts intergenerational trauma, the history of colonization in the United States, and the still present impacts of colonialism on Indigenous communities.

  1. Lesson Plan
  2. Informational Slides (concept guide + discussion questions)
  3. Supporting Resources from Indigenous Creators


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