Find ideas & inspiration.  Art lessons to help remove biases, stereotypes, and false narratives.

Before you begin to create lesson plans, it is important that you take the time to listen, learn, and reflect first.
"It's new to you, but it's not new. When you move too fast and you're moving with these still unexamined unconscious racist thoughts and beliefs, you're actually going to do more harm because you don't yet know what you don't know."

A Hopeful Future by Courtney Behnken & Camila Salvatierra-Sinn

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by Mary Saca

BLM Principles Posters by Caryn Davidson

Editorial Cartoons by Rama Hughes

Great Migrations
by Rachel Maloney-Hawkins

Reusable Bags
by Paula Liz

Scratch Foam Printmaking by Sarah Allison

"StereoWhat?!" by Heather Brubaker

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