Ten Most Popular People’s History Lessons in 2018

In 2018, teachers across the United States downloaded people’s history lessons from the Zinn Education Project website a total of 50,000 times. Here are the ten most frequently downloaded lessons. We need YOUR support so that we can reach more teachers with resources for teaching people’s history and add more lessons in 2019.
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Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action 2019

Black Lives Matter at School is a national coalition of educators organizing for racial justice in schools. Although there are many ways educators can participate in the week of action, we hope educators will make a commitment to teach a wide variety of lessons centering Black history and literature
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Howard Zinn on Supreme Court vs. the Power of the People

As you know, the Senate just confirmed a new Supreme Court Justice, hand-picked by the far-right Federalist Society. For hope and solace, activists have turned once again to the words of Howard Zinn — to remind us that in the end, it is the power of the people that leads to real change.
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Whose History Matters | Zinn Education Project

Whose History Matters?

In 30 years of teaching, almost all my high school history students could name the fellow some say "discovered" America: Christopher Columbus. But none could name the people he supposedly discovered: the Taínos.
Post by Bill Bigelow
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We’re Hiring a Communications Coordinator

On this 10th anniversary of the Zinn Education Project, we seek to hire a communications coordinator. The communications role is varied, including press, social media, conferences, materials production, website management, and internal communications.
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Students at Deal Middle School | Zinn Education Project

Bring People’s History Lessons to 100,000 Teachers

The world would be a better place if many more students engaged in debates of justice and retribution, radicalism and realism, equity and equality. Please help us reach our goal of signing up 100,000 teachers to bring people's history to the classroom in this new school year.
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New School Year, New ZEP Organizer!

Thanks to the generous support of a longtime Zinn Education Project (ZEP) supporter and those of you who donated to our campaign, we have hired a new teacher organizer for the 2018-2019 school year! We are excited to announce that Ursula Wolfe-Rocca, a ZEP teacher leader, will take on this position.
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