Miscellaneous Teaching Resources
It's been a while since I've done any maintenance on these pages. Some things may not work, but I am trying to work out all the bugs.
Included below are links to resources I have used to teach about race, feminism, and gender issues. In some cases, they link to web pages, but in most cases, they link to pdf versions of those pages, because things sometimes disappear on the internet.
Note: Some of these articles contain profanity. Review them carefully before using them with your class.
- “Is Diversity for White People?” — Chapter one of Jeff Chang's We Gon' Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation.
- “What A Time to be Alive: On Student Protest” — Chapter two of Jeff Chang's We Gon' Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation.
If you like the above two excerpts, I highly recommend you read the entire book. You can buy it from Amazon.
- “Racial Disparities in Sentencing — Hearing on Reports of Racism in the Justice System of the United States”
From the ACLU.
- “Eight charts illustrating how it’s stacked against blacks.” — from Slate
- “Ronald Reagan’s “welfare queen” myth: How the Gipper kickstarted the war on the working poor” — from Salon
- Richard Nixon's "War on Drugs" Was a Means to Target Black People — from the New York Daily News
- Richard Nixon's "War on Drug" Was Used to Target Blacks and Anti-War Protesters — from New York Daily News
- “Which Martin Luther King Are We Celebrating Today?” — from the New York Times