West Hartford’s Housing Segregation:
8th graders interview the town historian
She’s the only Black kid in her fifth-grade class. She spoke up when slavery wasn’t included in a lesson plan.
Making History, Marking History
Is This the Beginning of the End of American Racism?
Teaching with The Habits of Mind
7 Moves to Advance Racial Equity Through PBL
Turning Grief for a Hidden Past into a Healing Space
10 Movements and Moments To Confront Systemic Racism
Houghton’s 2020-21 digitization focus: Black American history
Nikole Hannah Jones The 1619 Project
Reading Guide for 1619 Essays The Dark Legacy Comes to Light
Mysterious enslaved teen appeared in a 1837 painting, was blotted out, then rediscovered
Resources to understand America’s long history of injustice and inequality
A digest of the early Connecticut probate records. Compiled by Charles William Manwaring.
These are words Scholars Should No Longer Use to Describe Slavery and the Civil War
Critical Race Theory US Schools