Code Switch

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Talking about race, gender, ethnicity, identity, and many complex topics common in the 21st century can be exhausting and scary. It can be much harder if you don’t think you have any allies. “Code Switch” from National Public Radio (NPR) wants to be an ally. This show covers topics from the legacy of lynchings of African Americans in modern American life to covert forms of anti-Semitism in popular culture.

DariaMusic

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Daria Marmaluk-Hajioannou (DARIA) creates multicultural teaching resources and educational music for children. Many of her songs have translations into Spanish and ASL.

AMERICAN SOCIAL HISTORY PROJECT • CENTER FOR MEDIA AND LEARNING

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This website challenges the traditional way in that people learn about the past, the website provides pictures and visuals that allow the students to have different ways to explore history. The website can be provided in a remote learning setting and in a classroom setting to give full access to exploring the history at their own pace and have an understanding of different perspectives of the historical materials.

Xyza: News for Kids

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Sesame Street Social Development

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Entertaining videos featuring some familiar celebrity faces talking about the importance of cooperation, sharing, inclusivity, friendship, and other topics essential to learn at a young age. These educational resources are brought to you by Sesame Street.