The Integrated Schools Webinar! Recap and ResourcesBy Integrated Schools | July 14, 2020
Thank you so much to all who joined us for the first ever webinar, The Integrated Schools Movement: Where We Begin, last night! Over 600 of you registered for the event, and we are so thrilled with the feedback we have already received. If you missed last night’s live discussion, you can access the recording here.
Below you will find links to all the resources and activists we cited during the discussion, as well as a survey. We are dependent on feedback in order to continue to grow and provide content that is most helpful and relevant, so we are extremely grateful for your reflections and feedback from the event.
This list is thorough, but not comprehensive. It covers all of the individuals, activists, and sources we cited during the webinar. It is in order of how things were discussed, not in order of importance! Take time with this list, this work is lifelong! You can find other resources by heading to our website. Please keep in touch, we promise to be announcing our next webinar soon!
- Native Land Finder
- Episode: White Supremacy and Black Educational Excellence: Hidden Stories of the Integration Movement – Integrated Schools podcast featuring a conversation with Dr. Vanessa Siddle Walker and Dr. Elizabeth McRae facilitated by Dani McClain
- Vanessa Siddle Walker: The Lost Education of Horace Tate
- Elizabeth McRae: Mothers of Massive Resistance
- The current levels of segregation in our schools.
- The wealth gap – from Brookings, and The Washington Post
- Richard Rothstein – The Color of Law
- Michelle Alexander – The New Jim Crow
- EdBuild on the $23 billion funding gap between districts serving predominantly students of color vs White students.
- David Kirkland
- Episode: Kirkland on Integration
- Rucker Johnson
- Dr Kfir Mordechay
- Episode: Gentrification
- Dr. Amanda Lewis
- Engage with Integrated Schools
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