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Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute
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The King Center
Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute
Carlos Santana's Official Web Site
Close the Book on Hate
Council on Islamic-American Relations
Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute
Human Rights Campaign
Greece
In Memory: Evangeline Caron Pothitos Mihail
Wrightslaw Yellow Pages for Kids
Special Education News
It Gets Better
Mahatma Gandhi
Disability is Natural
Deaf Performing Arts Network
Teaching Diversity
stop using the r-word
Aging
AIDS
Children
Civil Rights
Disabilities
Families
Gifted
GLBT
Peace
Coalition to Stop Gun Violence
Tolerance.org
Peace Corps
Myths and Facts About Supported Inclusive Education
Myths and Facts About Supported Inclusive Education
Myths develop because they sound intuitively correct and support stereotypical thinking.
The facts are clearly supported by educational research evidence.
The Hammond Inclusive Teaching Project
The Hammond Inclusive Teaching Project
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
The Hammond Inclusive Teaching Project
Myths and Facts About Supported Inclusive Education
Josh and Grace
DisabilityScoop
Not in Our Town
Human Rights Campaign
"They gave me a
medal for killing
two men and a
discharge for
loving one."
LEONARD
MATLOVICH
Gay, Lesbian, & Straight Education Network
Equity Alliance
THE PROMISE
What is the "promise" that special education was to keep?  It was to demonstrate to all people, and especially those of us most
Burton Blatt (1981)
intimately involved, that each person can contribute to the larger society, that all people are equally valuable, that a human being
is entitled to developmental opportunities and that development is plastic.
We have been faithful; we have supported humanistic precepts and philosophies, and we have believed that there is "enrichment
through difference."
Thus, the promise of special education has always been, and remains today, not a special curriculum, or special methods, or even
special teachers.  The gifts that this movement was to endow us with were the gifts of optimism and belief in the human ethos,
charity and love for our brothers, and the conviction that our work is not to judge who can or cannot change, but rather to fulfill the
prophecy that all people can change; each person can learn.
For the promise to be kept, for these things to occur beyond wish or fantasy, one must begin with oneself.  Before I ask the world
to change, I must change.
I am the beginning step.
PUBLIC SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES
All for Good
Catchafire
ServeNet
Volunteer Match
Time:  How Service Can Save Us
Miss Representation
Council for Exceptional Children
OSERS
This is Wholesome
Honey Maid's Response to Anti-Gay Backlash
I'm NOT a Mascot
Proud To Be
America is Beautiful
Gracie
Love Has No Labels
Samsung
I Am NOT Black, You are NOT White
change.org
Global Youth Advisory Council
Global Youth Advisory Council
The Mighty
The
Kuimba
ABLE National Resource Center
Dyslexia Simulation
Preventing Bullying and Cyber-Bullying
Can you make it to the end?
Poverty is Sexist | ONE
Poverty is Sexist | ONE
ONE
Love Has No Labels: One Year Anniversary
The DNA Journey
The Interviewer
Dancing While Deaf
Justin Hines Documentary Short
Busy Teacher
Teach 100
You Down With ADD
We Are The World | USA for Africa (1985)
We Are The World 25 for Haiti
I'd like to buy the world a Coke | 1971
Women
Justin Hines | Say What You Will
We Are America
Embracing and Teaching Diversity
Her Voice is My Voice
Born This Way
The Underground Railroad
Culture & Change: Black History in America
The Internet African American History Challenge
Encyclopedia Britannica Guide to Black History
African American History
African Studies (Columbia University)
I Have A Dream
I Have A Dream
Kulture Kids:  African American Culture
African American History Month
Rosa Parks: The Woman who Changed a Nation
Black History Themes
NAACP
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Internet Resources
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Internet Resources
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Internet Resources
"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Internet Resources
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Internet Resources
ONE DREAM
ONE DREAM
ONE DREAM
"Fifty years ago 250,000 people converged on
the National Mall for a March on Washington.
It became not just the largest political
demonstration to date in American history,
but also the beginning of a new era, defined
by the phrase 'I Have a Dream.'"  (
TIME)
THE MARCH ON WASHINGTON
BROWN V. BOARD OF EDUCATION (1954)
"We conclude that, in the field of public education, the
doctrine of 'separate but equal' has no place.
Separate educational facilities are inherently unequal."
Brown v. Board of Education
I Can't Breathe
I Can't Breathe
I Can't Breathe
"As we approach the evening of our lives, we want
to make sure our children have a better morning."
UNITED STATES CONGRESSMAN, MARYLAND'S 7TH DISTRICT
When asked about the charges against six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray.
Elijah Cummings
National Museum of African American History & Culture
Supreme Court Decision
Not Special Needs
It's On Us
HeForShe
Hidden Figures
Katherine Johnson
Clint Smith:  The Danger of Silence
Rise Up
Dancing While Deaf
Luvs Commercial - Haircut
Walk Off The Earth | Material Girl
Best Buddies
Indiana Governor's Council for People with Disabilities
Sitting Bull
"Let us put our minds together and see
what life we will make for our children."
Sitting Bull
HUNKPAPA LAKOTA HOLY MAN AND TRIBAL CHIEF
Brady Campaign To Prevent Gun Violence
Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
Whooo's Reading
Whooo's Reading
Diverse Book Finders
Children in Conflict
Children in Conflict
War Child
Single Mothers Grants
Code Girl
TIME'S UP
Civil Rights Trail
Special Olympics:  Words Hurt
End Law Syndrome
I Want You Back | Lucky Chops
There Is No White Jesus
Soul Sisters
The Disturbing History of the Suburbs
The Washington Post:  Segregation
Baton Rouge | Huffington Post
How to Deal with the POlice | Parents Explain
Eva Catherine
Just Mercy
Center for Youth Wellness
UnidosUS
This Day in Black History
National Civil Rights Museum
Dylan Marron
Pass It On
RBG
Brendon Urie
Highest Hopes Foundation
Shred Hate
Multicultural Education
Inspiring Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice
Multicultural Education
Creating Learning Communities
Teaching Students with Diverse Learning Needs (Elementary)
Teaching Students with Diverse Learning Needs
Teaching Students with Diverse Learning Needs (Secondary)
What's Going On | Marvin Gaye
Misogynoir
Concern
America to Me
America to Me
Aretha Franklin |  A Change Is Gonna Come
Love Train | The O'Jays
Old Movie Stars Dance to Uptown Funk
Confounds the Science
Confounds the Science Part 2
water.org
American Humane
Jackson Katz
Donors Choose
We Choose All Of Us
Climate Change | United Nations
Climate Change | United Nations
Climate Change | United Nations
@TheRepProject Media Lab
American Muslims: Fact vs. Fiction
Masculinity in Popular Culture
How People Learn
How History Class Divides Us
Won't You Be My Neighbor?
Existing While Black
Lynzy Lab
How to Teach Boys to Be Better Men
What Will it Take to #RepresentHer
Believe Women
Mom Loves Best
The Ultimate Reading Guide For Your Child
Mom Loves Best
Boy Erased
The Hate U Give
I Am Malala
Small Great Things
Just Mercy
The Deepest Well
The Sentinel
2001:  A Space Odyssey
BLACKkKLANSMAN
Benny:  King of Swing
Call Me American
Educated:  A Memoir
The Blood of Emmett Till
Transforming Teacher Education for Social Justice
Overcoming Stigma Around Mental Illness and Violence
Becoming
Why Baseball Matters
How To Babysit A Grandpa
"If ever the time should come, when vain and
aspiring men shall possess the highest seats
in government, our country will stand in need
of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin."
Samuel Adams (1722-1803)
Public Allies
Public Allies
Dignity & Respect Campaign
Let's Move!
Let's Move!
Get 60 Minutes
The Underground Railroad
Global Girls Alliance
Reach Higher
Becoming | Michelle Obama
First Lady Michelle Obama Carpool Karaoke
On the Basis of Sex
Nelson Mandela In His Own Words
Love and Happiness | Al Green
Can You Feel It
Kind and Generous | Natalie Merchant
How Glad I Am | Nancy Wilson
Annie Oakley
Save Them All
How language shapes the way we think
The Deepest Well
Malala Yousafzai | Internet Resources
Nelson Mandela Internet Resources
How Parents and Eductors Can Team Up on Special Education
Education Statistics: Facts About America's Schools
Want Your Students to Be Kinder?
Nelson Mandela | The Specials
Gil Scott-Heron | Johannesburg
NELSON MANDELA | THE SPECIALS
GIL SCOTT-HERON | JOHANNESBURG
Bohemian Rhapsody
Panic! At the Disco | Bohemian Rhapsody
Macy Gray | I Try
Mumford & Sons | I Will Wait
Bruno Mars | Count On Me
Meghan Trainor | Close Your Eyes
EARTHJUSTICE
EARTHJUSTICE
A Single Parent's Financial Guide to Returning to School
What Adults Can Learn From Kids | Adora Svitak
Miriam Makeba
All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten
Most of what I really need to know about how to live and what to
do and how to be, I learned in kindergarten.  Wisdom was not at
the top of the graduate mountain, but there in the sandbox at
nursery school.

These are the things I learned:
Share everything.  Play fair.  Don't hit people.  Put things back where you found them.  Clean up your
own mess.  Don't take things that aren't yours.  Say you're sorry when you hurt somebody.  Wash
your hands before you eat.  Flush.

Warm cookies and cold milk are good for you.  Live a balanced life.  Learn some and think some and
draw and paint and sing and dance and play and work everyday some.  Take a nap every afternoon.

When you go out into the world, watch for traffic, hold hands, and stick together.

Be aware of wonder.  Remember the little seed in the plastic cup.  The roots go down and the plant
goes up and nobody really knows how or why, but we are all like that.  Goldfish and hamsters and
white mice and even the little seed in the plastic cup - they all die.  So do we.

And then remember the book about Dick and Jane and the first word you learned, the biggest word of
all:  Look.  Everything you need to know is in there somewhere.  The Golden Rule and love and basic
sanitation.  Ecology and politics and sane living.

Think of what a better world it would be if we all - the whole world - had cookies and milk about three
o'clock every afternoon and then lay down with our blankets for a nap.  Or if we had a basic policy in
our nations to always put things back where we found them and cleaned up our own messes.

And it's still true, no matter how old you are, when you go out into the world, it is better to hold hands
and stick together.
Miss Representation
GLOBAL RENAISSANCE WOMAN
"If you get, give.
If you learn,
teach."
Maya Angelou
JUMBO shrimp
Grocery Store Malaprops
The 2020 Challengers
Pete Buttigieg
Julian Castro
John Delaney
Tulsi Gabbard
Kirsten Gillibrand
Kamala Harris
Elizabeth Warren
Andrew Yang
The Truths We Hold | Kamala Harris
The DIY Girls
Students for Global Love, Peace, and Harmony
Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot | John Callahan
Black History Month 2016 Teacher Resources
Black History Month 2016 Teacher Resources
Black History Month 2016 Teacher Resources
Black History Month
Black History Month
Black History Month Teacher Resources
Black History Month Programming
Black History Month
African American History Month
The Origins of Black History Month
Culture and Change:  Black History in America
4 Little Girls Memorial Fund
The History of Black History Month
Unpublished  Black History | The New York Times
Unpublished Black History | The New York Times
International Month of Black Women in the Arts
National Women Inventors Month
Library Lovers' Month
Remembering and Teaching the Holocaust
Elie Wiesel | 1928 - 2016
Remove Holocause Denial Pages from Facebook
The man who got justice for the girl in the red coat
RAICES
Families Belong Together
International Rescue Committee
Families Belong Together
Remote Area Medical
Abby Wambach
Abby Wambach
Heal Our Communities
Heal Our Communities
Heal Our Communities
Cory Booker
Mercury | Lesley-Ann Jones
Bohemian Rhapsody 2018 | Live Aid 1985
Breaking Barriers this Black History Month
Amy Klobuchar
Gladys West
Gladys West
Rock The Vote
Stop 'whitesplaining' racism to me
Autoboyography | Christina Lauren
Bernie Sanders
Parents Magazine
Parents Magazine
The Truths We Hold | Kamala Harris
"Even as our democracy faces an assault unlike anything we've
seen in our lifetime, we have to remember that our system
works when people who care about the United States stand up
and participate.  My daily challenge to myself is to be part of
the solution, to be a joyful warrior in the battle for the soul of
the country.  My challenge to you is to join that effort.  Let's not
throw up our hands when it's time to roll up our sleeves.

"Because years from now, this moment will have passed.  And
our children and grandchildren will ask us where we were when
the stakes were so high.  They will ask us what it was like.  I
don't want us to just tell them how we felt.  I want us to tell
them what we did."
United States Senator Kamala Harris
The Truths We Hold:  An American Journey
Kamala Harris Town Hall
Notorious RBG
Erik Rvelo | The Untouchables
Miami Herald:  Since Parkland
50th Anniversary | 2001: A Space Odyssey
Don't Stop Me Now | Queen