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Teaching Trayvon Martin:
In the wake of the unfolding details regarding the Trayvon Martin murder in Florida, here are some resources directed towards educators.
If you know of any good resources for teaching Trayvon Martin, please leave a comment at the bottom of the page or click on the blue button on the left.
Brockenbrough, E. (2012 March 21). Teaching Trayvon Marton: Three Strategies for Teacher Educators. Warner Perspectives Education Blog. Retreived from http://www.warner.rochester.edu/blog/warnerperspectives/?p=1220
Blumenfeld, W. (2012 March 31). Stigmata and Violence as Social Control. Warren Blumenfeld's Blog: Social Justice, Intersections in Forms of Social Oppression, Bullying Prevention. Retreived from http://www.warrenblumenfeld.com/2012/03/31/stigmata-and-violence-as-social-control/
KMS (2012 March 24). What is your vision of social transformation, and how far are you willing to go in your capacity as classroom teachers to achieve it? Caffeinated Love: Musing on life and love accelerated by an iced soy cold press or two. Retreived from http://caffeinatedlove.blogspot.com/2012/03/what-is-your-vision-of-social.html
Jackson, Y. (2012 March 29). My View: Trayvon Martin's death is more than a teachable moment. CNN: Schools of Thought. Retreived from http://schoolsofthought.blogs.cnn.com/2012/03/29/my-view-trayvon-martins-death-is-more-than-a-teachable-moment/
Wise, T. (2012 March 27). Traybon Martin, White American and the Return of Dred Scott. Tim Wise: Antiracist essayist, author and educator. Retreived from http://www.timwise.org/2012/03/trayvon-martin-white-america-and-the-return-of-dred-scott/#more-942
Adeeb, H. (2012 March 24). A KLW Chart: What I know, what i learned, what I want to know more. Teaching about the Trayvon Martin case. African American history: Standing on the shoulders of the ancestors. Download available from http://www.aahistoryposters.com/Trayvon%20Martin%20KWL.pdf
See Additional Resource below for more
- Teaching about the Trayvon Martin case blog. African American History: Standing on the shoulders of the ancestors.
- NYCORE: New York Collective of Radical Educators Wikispace on Trayvon Martin
updated 4/3/2012 cja