RESOURCES

Below are a list of some resources for families, educators, and community members. It is not an exhaustive list and there is room for many more. If there are resources you would recommend, please email us at leecountyremembrance@gmail.com 

DIGITAL PROJECTS AND SOURCES 

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Lynching in America

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Revealing lynching sites in North Carolina

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Tuskeegee University's Record of Lynchings in Alabama from 1871 to 1920. Also see: Monroe Work Today

EDUCATION RESOURCES
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Teaching Hard History

A framework for teaching American Slavery (K-12)

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Teaching Tolerance 

Social Justice Standards

A set of standards K-12 for teaching social justice

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Reading guide, lesson plans, and resources to bring 1619 into the curriculum and reframe American History (NYT)

EDUCATION RESOURCES (BOOKS)
OTHER BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS

Just Mercy

by Bryan Stevenson

Where Do We Go From Here:

Chaos or Community

by Martin Luther King, Jr.

The New Jim Crow:  

Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness

by Michelle Alexander