Along with schools across the nation, New York City educators, parents, and students organize and implement an annual Week of Action in schools for Black Lives Matter. The Week of Action is centered around the thirteen guiding principles of the Black Lives Matter movement, and includes advocacy, activism and celebration both in schools and our communities. Join us!
Step 1: Let us know who you are:
Step 2: Look through the BLMedu Starter Pack to find resources for centering Black Lives Matter in your work during the Week of Action and beyond.
Step 3: Buy a t-shirt, a sticker, or posters for yourself, your students, or any other folks in your life who want to show solidarity:
Step 4: Plan to teach a lesson during the Week of Action:
The National Black Lives Matter Curriculum is available here: bit.ly/blmweekresources
Step 5: Check out our calendar of events (coming soon!) and decide which ones are right for you and/or your students.
Step 6: Document your participation in the week and share using our hashtags: #blmedu and #blacklivesmatteratschool