#CharlestonSyllabus: Readings and Resources

In the aftermath of the terrible events in Charleston, there were politicians attempting to deny the racist nature of the terror that struck the Black people of Charleston, while educators were working hard to challenge the spurious notions of a post-racial USA by directing us towards resources and readings crucial to understanding the persistently pernicious nature of racist inequalities.

#CharlestonSyllabus is a necessary Twitter hashtag directing us to the much needed conversation on the subject of #BlackLivesMatter. Check out the # on Twitter for more useful links and ideas on how to teach slavery, civil rights, South Carolina history and many other related topics from a critical perspective.






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