Talking to students about Charlottesville violence and racism

“In the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia after one of the largest white nationalist rallies in recent years, our kids are confused and scared. They have more questions than ever, and parents and educators who are experiencing their own shock and disbelief are struggling to find the right words to offer…” Read more from neaToday.

Check out NEA’s resources for students, educators, and families to address and engage in the national dialogue about racism, hate, and bias in the wake of recent events in CharlottesvilleĀ >>

To post, view, and share resources please use #CharlottesvilleCurriculum. This hashtag was created by Melinda Anderson, a journalist, and contributor to The Atlantic.