“Living in Harmony : Ideas for Elementary and Secondary School” | Archdiocese of New Orleans
Visit for ideas on how to be “Partners in Harmony” with another elementary school whose students have a different racial demographic or cultural heritage. There are also suggestions for working within a school with staff and students.
Responding to the Sin of Racism
This from the USCCB offers a variety of content to share with students during lesson and unit plans focused on racial justice.
Study Guide: Letter from a Birmingham Jail
Released in 2013, this from the USCCB offers an ecumencial study of the famous “Letter from a Birmingham Jail,” written by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., during imprisonment following a civil protest. You can find the full text of the letter .
Xavier University of Louisiana
The only Catholic university classified as an HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities), offers many theological resources regarding theology from a Black perspective. Specifically, its offers seminar and degree courses to help the faithful deepen their commitments and skillsets in this tradition of the Church.
National Catholic Education Association
A great resource, which assists the USCCB in the ministry of education, for Catholic Educators. The NCEA released a , which includes further resources. to “,” published in the New York Times.