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The Redford Center
The Redford Center
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Redford Center Stories invites young people (particularly those in 5th-12th grade) to join a journey of learning that builds confidence for learning across any subject and puts them in the director’s seat to discover and articulate their wisdom as authors of humanity’s collective narrative.

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Project Learning Tree curated a list of resources for educators and students to reflect and learn more about Indigenous Peoples’ history, culture, knowledge, perspectives, and leadership.

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Student pondering what grade to give humanity as a global species
Humanity's Global Species Test
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What grade would you give humanity as Earth's dominant global species? How are our current three global environmental crises related? A brief video and associated articles help learners get a deeper understanding of humanity's global role and how our global environmental crises are interrelated.

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Website, Activity, Media, Blogs, Video
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Learn about kids with disabilities with inclusion lessons
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Children with disabilities are far too often excluded from life-enriching programs like summer camps, nature-based programs and after-school programs. It is time we end the stigma and exclusion and move towards a more inclusive world. Learn how to best welcome, support and include children with disabilities in your programs and organizations by interacting with over 16 different lessons on inclusion- organized across the following four categories: Community Change, Organizational Change, Group Support and Individual Support.

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Mi María: Surviving the Storm is a new oral history book that amplifies Puerto Ricans' first-person stories in the aftermath of Hurricane María, exploring how communities come together in the wake of disaster, how government neglect impacts recovery, and how precarity is exacerbated for those on the frontlines of the climate crisis. There are also corresponding free lesson plans available for educators to bring these narratives into the classroom and teach about the climate crisis, colonialism, representation, migration, disaster response, and more.

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