Friday, June 5, 2020

Download: Racial Justice & Equity Glossary Packet

One of the ways that I deal with difficult situations is by letting my creative side work to produce something that I hope will help parents and children. 

With so much happening and all the social media and news outlets focused on the current situation, there are a lot of words being put out there that kids don't understand. So I started going through articles and social media posts and writing down those words that kids (and adults!) may not be familiar with. I did this for myself, too. I had no idea what redlining, allyship, or microaggression meant. 

So with the help of some friends, I put together this vocabulary list and then put them all into a glossary. I'm sure that there are many words I've missed, but this is still a great start for helping tweens and teens understand all the terminology being used. 

Racial Justice and Equity Glossary and Poster Set

This download dives deep into the terms associated with social and racial justice. But it also has activities to help students learn and apply these words correctly. The packet includes the following:

  • poster (full-color & black-and-white) featuring key terminology
  • 55 words or phrases plus their definitions
  • write the definition worksheets (plus answer key)
  • discussion questions
  • research and write worksheet
  • a list of types of ways to protest
  • a list of famous protesters
  • and blank writing pages.

You can download it on TPT.

I hope you find it helpful for talking with your kids about what is happening in our country.


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