Learning for Justice Resources
- We Won’t Wear the Name
After witnessing the rise of the “alt-right,” this social studies teacher doubled down on debunking Confederacy myths.
- Exploring the SPLC's ‘Whose Heritage?’ Report
This SPLC report, Whose Heritage?, can help teach the history behind the memorialization of Confederate symbols in public spaces.
- SPLC’s ‘Whose Heritage?’ Report: A Teaching Opportunity
Across the country, schools, monuments and statues pay homage to the Confederacy. A new report can help teach the history behind these public fixtures—and how they spread throughout the South and beyond.
- Imagining a World Without White Supremacy
Meet two innovative educators who help students face their communities’ painful histories and envision brighter futures.
- States’ Rights and “Historical Malpractice”
At these three high schools, each named for Robert E. Lee, students led the way toward change.