This resource gives kids insight into what the words "abolish" and "abolition" mean within present day and historical contexts. This resource is 13 slides. It requires you to do research of your own. The only way to engage with or teach this resource with fidelity is to do the necessary unlearning/learning it requires.


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Zinn Education Project is our recommended place to start. Learn more about abolitionists and the history of abolition. Once you learn about Angela Davis, go read her books.


Some images belong to Zinn Education Project and Sugarland Ethno-History Project. 


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Woke Word of the Day Abolish by Akiea Gross