Resources to Support Educators Regarding Attack on U.S. Capitol

In the wake of the insurrection at the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021, several leaders in the education field have put together resources for educators who wish to guide discussions and make space for reflection with their students. Please see a list below. We may add to this list as more resources become available.

Beyond the Spotlight: Resources For Teachers On The Days After the Attach on the U.S. Capitol
This blog post is authored by Dr. Alyssa Hadley-Dunn, Associate Professor of Teacher Education at Michigan State University and founder of Teaching on the Days After: Dialogue & Resources for Educating Toward Justice.

Civics for All Resource Guide
This resource list is put together by the Social Studies and Civics Department at New York City Department of Education.

Circles  
These conversation templates for students and staff were written by restorative justice supporters in the Boston Public Schools. The templates were created by Succeed Boston at the Boston Public School’s Counseling & Intervention Center.

Responding to the Insurrection at the U.S. Capitol
These resources are designed by Facing History and Ourselves, an organization that uses lessons of history to challenge teachers and their students to stand up to bigotry and hate.

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