“Today on Juneteenth, the day we celebrate the end of slavery, the day we memorialize those who offered us hope for the future and the day when we renew our commitment to the struggle for freedom.” —Angela Davis
Juneteenth is a federal holiday in the United States that commemorates the emancipation of enslaved Americans. Here are some Juneteenth teaching and learning resources.
Juneteenth Teaching and Learning Resources
- Learning for Justice has background information along with some suggestions on how to address it in an educational setting.
- 17 Ways to Celebrate Juneteenth with Kids.
- Teach for America - Celebrate Juneteenth
- ISTE - Teach Students About Juneteenth
- Learn About the History of Juneteenth and Why it’s Set to Become a National Holiday - PBS Newshour Classroom
- Five Ways You Can Celebrate Juneteenth in Your Classroom - ASCD
- Five Ways to Learn About Juneteenth With the New York Times
- Celebrate Juneteenth - Read, Write, Think
- Four Ways to Celebrate Juneteenth With Students - Edutopia
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