Juneteenth Resources:

That Day: When We Were One

A poem by Richard Blanco (MPDE's featured speaker for its Building Bridges Conference in 2020) in honor of Cantor Fitzgerald, The Cantor Relief Fund and Howard Lutnick. As we did during that horrific tragedy, it is time again to unify our country. Never forget we were ONE and we can do it again in 2020. For more information about the team behind this project: grabthetorch.org, richard-blanco.com, horacemann.org, stobo.film; For more information about 9/11 Memorial organizations: cantorrelief.org; 911memorial.org

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How Districts Can Show They Are Committed to Building a More Racially Diverse Workforce

Don't Leave A Job Interview Without Asking These 4 Questions About Diversity

Hire & Retain Black Teachers

How to Tell If a School District Is Committed to Racial Equity and Inclusion

Holding On to Older Teachers in the Pandemic: Ideas for Districts

Amid a national reckoning on race, college students lead a push for change on campus 

METCO Celebrates Graduates

Dressing While Black: Self-Censoring To Pass In White Spaces

Reflections From a Token Black Friend

Superintendents representing 33 districts speak out to end racism

75 Things White People Can Do For Racial Justice

The Aspen Institute - Advancing Racial Justice Through American Education

The Teachers’ Lounge: Recess for educators of color

To Recruit More Teachers of Color, This District Posted a Unique Job Ad

65 Years After 'Brown v. Board of Education,' Where Are All the Black Educators?

The Importance of Minority Teachers: Student Perceptions of Minority Versus White Teachers

Teachers Go to School on Racial Bias

Returning To The Classroom With A New Focus On Social And Emotional Learning

How Do Principals Influence Student Achievement?

Teaching_Resources on Mandela and Apartheid

Center for American Progress TeacherDiversity

New York Times Magazine Is Blind Hiring

How Diversity Training Infuriates Men and Fails Women

Article - Want To Address Teachers

The Importance of Minority Teachers

Racial diversity in the US teaching workforce