Black Lives Matter at School is a national committee of educators organizing for racial justice in education. We encourage all educators, students, parents, unions, and community organizations to join the annual week of action during the first week of February, which is also Black History Month, each year.
Below you will find resources from past Black Lives Matter at School events planned and hosted by the Marsal Family School of Education.
Resources from Past Events
Watch a video of this dialogue exploring the intersections of gender, race, and professional identities of Black women in higher education and K–12 schools.
Watch a video of this discussion and grow your awareness of local Black history, residential patterns of segregation, integration and gentrification, and schooling experiences of access, discrimination and activism.
A showcase celebrating Black Trans and Queer artists.
Use the resources below to access ways you can teach and learn for liberation or support orgs doing this work in ways that affirm, celebrate, and see the lives of Black LGBTQIA2S+ people.
Watch a video of this panel featuring student activists from South Africa and the U.S. discussing how to sustain student movements in the face of repression.
Celebrate yourself and the community we live and work in. Use these ideas, suggestions, and connections to craft new and creative ways to love who you are.