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These printable resources are to be used as handouts, exercises, and worksheet for facilitating discussions on identity, privilege, and intersectionality. These materials were used by grades 5 - 8 in a social justice education class. Identities and privilege are excellent starting blocks for discuss
Overview:Read Alicia Garza's (co-founder of Black Live's Matter) account about how intersectionality has played out in the Black Lives Matter movement. Lesson from Intersectionality Unit - Close Reading #10.Who is This Curriculum Set Designed For?This Lesson is designed for high school and junior co
Guiding questions to accompany Kimberlé Crenshaw's Ted Talk: The Urgency of IntersectionalityCrenshaw is a professor at UCLA and Columbia Law school, a lawyer, civil rights activist, and philosopher. Crenshaw is has completed extensive work in critical race theory and developed the theory of interse
Growing bundle of resources to teach about intersectionality.
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9th - 12th
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In this weeklong project, students will be working in collaborative groups in order to research the wage gap. The ultimate product is a how to brochure to build an argument for equitable pay. Students will work as mathematical consultants to examine statistics of an identity group as it relates to p
Are you looking for classroom art that is both aesthetically pleasing AND feminist? Me too. So I am making my own! This "intersectionality wheel" is adapted from the CRIAW/ICREF's Intersectionality Wheel, but the design is completely original and mine. The four layers are there, and visually depict
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Not Grade Specific

Also included in: Intersectionality Bundle

An interactive presentation addressing diversity, identity, and personal bias centered around the casting of Halle Bailey as the new Little Mermaid. Students take a deeper look at what they think about diversity and the world around them while discussing what it is like to be a black woman in Hollyw
Use this graphic organizer to have your students reflect on their own identity (race, SES, gender, langauge(s), national origin etc) and how their identity has contributed to their oppression and privilege. Used primarily in a college class about race & racism, but could be used in any class whe
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Overview:Ever wonder why the term “White Trash” is racialized? Check out this Print & Go lesson plan where students learn about the intersection of race and class through an analysis of Carrie Buck’s story. Lesson #6 from Unit on Intersectionality.Who is This Curriculum Set Designed For?This Les
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This lesson is designed to support students as they watch Kimberle Crenshaw's 2016 TED Talk, "The Urgency of Intersectionality".Discussion questions included.
Grades:
10th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff

Also included in: Intersectionality Bundle

Introductory lesson on intersectionality
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Lucille Clifton's "won't you celebrate with me" calls attention to the intricate relationship between race, class, and gender and contributes to the nature of work necessary in combating oppressive measures often attached to these aspects. The poem is a call to action and celebration. It identifies
Teach for Justice: Anti-racist and social justice resource
Help your students craft compelling, intersectional characters! Or use this to get to know each other during the first week of school, and begin crafting a vulnerable, open space for deep conversations all year round.Kimberlé Crenshaw coined the word “intersectionality” in 1989 as a legal term regar
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This resource is meant to support teachers who teach identity and intersectionality . You will have access to an English journal and a Spanish journal.Teachers and students can use this journal to develop common definitions and understandings around:-The reader's experience with a text, based on Rud
Teaching a unit on identity or intersectionality? Need some good questions to get your class engaged, and thinking critically? Try these out.Includes:Questions on half sheets for easy printing and paper saving. (Use all three, or assign a different question to each small group and have three socrati
Need a one page reading on intersectionality to explain the concept to your students? This will do the trick. Do you have a large array of reading levels in your room? Meet all of their needs. You can group your students according to reading level and have them read it in small groups. Each version
3-page worksheet packet about intersectionality for heritage speakers. Language: SpanishFormat: This product is NOT EDITABLE. If you prefer a Google Slides assignment instead of a packet, please purchase this version.Teaching objective: Students will recognize their unique identity traits as it re
This unit has lessons on ideology, race, gender, microagressions, interpellation, and intersectionality. Various resources, handouts, videos, and reflection pages are included within his unit plan.As the creator of this unit, I based a lot of these lessons off of elements of discussion in a graduate
This project is meant to allow students the opportunity to think critically about privilege, intersectionality, systemic racism and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two Spirited (MMIWG2S). Students will be able to represent their research skills, and critical thinking skills by creat
This is a really great introduction to the uses of the internet and its intersectionality between Social Media, the government, and our culture. This does not go heavy into current events in the hopes of remaining neutral.
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6th - 10th
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After reading the book ‘My Shoe’, students have an opportunity to complete an informative activity about intersectionality.  In doing so, students learn how the intersectionality of their identities define who they are and influence how they move through our world.  It’s also fun to share the decora
After reading the book ‘My Shoe’, students have an opportunity to complete an informative activity about intersectionality.  In doing so, students learn how the intersectionality of their identities define who they are and influence how they move through our world.  It’s also fun to share the decora
Grades:
1st - 3rd
After reading the book ‘My Shoe’, students have an opportunity to complete an informative activity about intersectionality.  In doing so, students learn how the intersectionality of their identities define who they are and influence how they move through our world.  It’s also fun to share the decora
This is the third and final lesson in the series focusing on individual identity. This lesson focusses on intersectionality, bias, race and religion.

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