On this page you will find a collection of classroom resources for all ages to support Black History Month curriculum in the state of Oklahoma.
Black Lives Matter at School: Week of Action Resources (Feb 3-7)
OEA Spotlight: Tulsa McLain's Michelle Stevenson
Black History in Oklahoma
Do's and Don'ts of Teaching Black History
Tulsa Race Massacre Lesson Plans
General Lesson Plans
Book Lists Featuring Black Authors or Black Protagonists
In This Classroom, I Can Tell My Story
OEA conducted a student led art submission call for original student artwork that highlights the idea of safe space schools for minority groups including Indigenous People, Immigrants, Dreamers, Black Lives Matter, LGBTQ+, et al.
You can see all of the winning entries in the gallery and download them for display here, but please give credit to the artists if you do.
Brown vs. Board of Education: 65 Years Later
OEA Members on Systemic Racism
We Need More Black Educators
OEA at the OKC MLK Parade
Special thanks to Stephanie Price of The Education Association of Moore for compiling many of the materials.