Black Expressions: A Four Part Series
Black Expressions is a four part video series featuring Teaching Artists Angela Brown, Carrington Clinton, Chantel Massey, Joshua Thompson and Mark Peay as they share their inspirations, experiences, as well as the importance of representation in the classroom and their hopes for the next generation.
Arts & Culture Resources
Black History and Culture – Google Arts & Culture
Portraits of African Americans – Google Arts & Culture
Freedom, Resistance, and the Journey Toward Equality – Google Arts & Culture.
Black Lives Matter murals decorate downtown Indianapolis – The Indy Channel RTV6
JUSTIN SEARS-WATSON IS A PHOENIX RISING – On the Aisle with Tom Alvarez
Resources for Parents, Guardians, and Kids
Anti-Racism Resources – Document compiled by Sarah Sophie Flicker, Alyssa Klein in May 2020.
How White Parents Can Use Media to Raise Anti-Racist Kids – Common Sense Media
16 anti-racism books for young children – The Insider
Resources for Educators
GEORGE FLOYD, RACISM AND LAW ENFORCEMENT – Share My Lesson
Let’s Talk: An Honest Conversation About Race – Indianapolis Public Schools
Resources by our Teaching Artists & Arts for Learning
Local Artists to Follow on Social Media