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In her October 4, 2022 post on the Cult of Pedagogy blog, Jennifer Gonzalez shares a collection of online resources for teachers to teach and examine history through a critical and inclusive lens. The resources include educational readings, videos, podcasts, images, primary sources, and lesson plans. Many of these materials provide excellent materials for in-depth exploration of social justice topics.  Although most materials are geared toward intermediate or higher-level English learners, there are elements that are appropriate for lower levels as well.  

The article is also available as a podcast, linked from the website. 

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Antiracism
Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Teaching
Curriculum Development
DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion)
ESOL/English Learners
Immigration
LGBTQ
Race
Social Studies
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