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Teach Students to Question the President | Zinn Education Project

Teach Students to Question the President

February 13, 2020
This Presidents Day, rather than mythologize past presidents as kinder and gentler than Trump, let's remind students that this country has been at its best when people have organized to question and challenge presidents — opposing presidential support for slavery, war, invasion, segregation, and injustice of all kinds. 
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Teaching with New York Times 1619 Project

December 8, 2019
The 1619 Project, a multiplatform effort by journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones and The New York Times, highlights the fundamental role slavery played in the United States’ development by commemorating the year in which the first enslaved Africans were brought to the new Virginia colony.
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We Met the 2019 Giving Tuesday Match

December 4, 2019
All donations from today through Giving Tuesday will be matched up to $10,000 thanks to the generous support of Dave Colapinto, a former student of Howard Zinn’s at Boston University who defends whistleblowers.
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Teach students people's history | Zinn Education Project

Join the Campaign to Teach People’s History

November 27, 2019
Many non-profit education organizations get major corporate support. The Zinn Education Project (a project of Rethinking Schools and Teaching for Change) does not. We depend on individual donors and family foundations — and a lot of volunteers.
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