The Anti-Defamation League has created a short lesson on Floyd's death and police killings of black people, which includes a reading, discussion questions, and action steps for students aged 11 and up.
Lesson plan for grades 6-12 about the death of George Floyd. The plan includes a news video (that omits the footage of Floyd's death) and discussion questions about the protests, police brutality, and media literacy.
This list of podcasts includes the voices of Black kidcasters, This Black Voices playlist includes voices from Stoopkids Stories and other Black kidcasters, storytellers, authors, poets, activists, musicians, and leaders.
Resources to discuss race, racism, and Black Lives Matter
"The Pulitzer Center partnered with the New York Times to turn the 1619 Project, a collection of essays and literary works observing the 400th anniversary of the beginning of American slavery, into a curriculum for teachers of all grade levels."
"Ian Lawrence, a teacher in Toronto, shared on Twitter a Google drive filled with resources for teachers of all grade levels on anti-racism and the Black Lives Matter movement. The resources include relevant articles, discussion questions, coloring pages, and Spanish-language materials."
From the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, the web portal, Talking About Race, is designed to explore conversations about racism, racial identity, and the way these forces shape every aspect of society.