This guide gathers teaching resources for social justice.
...It also means being attentitve to small as well as large struggles and processes that lead to radical change--not just working (or waiting) for a revolution. Thus everyday feminist, antiracist, anticapitalist practices are as important as larger, organized political movements.
-From Feminism Without Borders by Chandra Talpade Mohanty
Seattle Central College has a long and honorable history of social justice teaching and action. For many of our students and colleagues, the current political moment is presenting unprecedented challenges and demanding extraordinary courage. This guide has been created to harness the expertise of our community and support the ongoing work of educating ourselves and our students to take just action in the world. This is a living guide that will be continually updated, so please contact us to suggest resources that have worked well for you in your classroom and community.