Challenging Racism: Rosa Parks Sits Down to Stand Up for Equality 4-6
In this one time class, students will learn about Civil Rights Icon, Rosa Parks. Students will also explore the ways they can use kindness and their voices to stand up for equality.
Jameelah Peoples, J.D.
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Hello! In this one time class, students will learn about Civil Rights Icon, Rosa Parks. Class will begin with class rules and introductions. Then, we will use slides, video clips, and stories to will review how segregation and racism impacted Rosa Parks before the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Next, we will discuss her involvement in the Civil Rights Movement. We will also explore non-violent social activism. Students will also discuss ways they can use kindness and their voices to stand up for...
Students will learn about Rosa Parks, and increase their understanding about racism, anti-racism, and non-violent social activism. They will also explore ways they can use kindness and their voices to stand up to racism.
I love learning about history and its effects on the world. I have a B.A. from Columbia University in History. I also have over 10 years of experience teaching African American History to students in Kindergarten to 8th grade. I would love to have the opportunity to share my love of history with your child.
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30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Dear Parents, Please be aware that this class will cover the sensitive topic of racism against others based on skin color. This class will not focus on the origin of racism in America, but we will review how Jim Crow Laws impacted Rosa Parks before the Montgomery Bus Boycott. We will talk about his involvement in the Civil Rights Movement, and his lifelong dedication to achieving equality through non-violent protests. Students will also review the definitions of race, racism, segregation, anti-racism, and non-violent social activism. Students will be encouraged to participate and share their opinions. I will guide the conversation. The ultimate goal is to make children aware that all people should be treated fairly, and there are many ways to fight for justice and anti-racism. Sincerely, Teacher Jameelah
Jameelah Peoples, J.D.Passionate, Experienced Educator, & Life Long Learner
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Hello! My name is Teacher Jameelah Peoples, and welcome to my classroom. I am excited to meet you! I have a Bachelor of Arts in History from Columbia University and a Law Degree from New York Law School. I love learning and sharing my knowledge...