Racism continues to be a problem in our country and has claimed countless lives. Storyboard That is a creation platform that is perfect for communicating ideas and educating others. Our existing resources on racial inequality focus mainly on literature, such as Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry. We recognize that we need a more diverse offering of teaching materials and hope you can share what you are doing with your students to address systemic racism.

For every resource we publish, we will make a $75 donation to support a cause for change or give the author a $50 Amazon gift card. These resources will be available to all at no cost.

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How do I create an activity?

  1. Create a Storyboard That account (if needed).
  2. Create a finished example of what you want students to make (or view as a class).
  3. Save the storyboard.
  4. Copy the URL of the storyboard.
  5. Fill out the Google Form below. Be sure to paste in the URL of the storyboard.

If you have any questions, please contact us!

What kinds of activities can I make?

Anything you create on Storyboard That you feel would help students with learning acceptance and dissolving prejudices.

Possibilities include:

  • Vocabulary
  • Discussion Starters / Scenarios
  • Visual Retelling of Historic Event
  • PSA / Poster
  • Explanation in the form of a visual: what is white privilege, what is systemic racism?
  • Cause and effect of specific events/laws
  • Personal stories in storyboards
  • Plot diagram of a piece of relevant literature
  • Allegories
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What is the subject matter?

It is your choice on what to create, provided the activity addresses racial justice in some way.

Suggested topics include

  • Systemic racism
  • White privilege
  • Racial bias
  • Police brutality
  • Structural inequality
  • Important historical events/laws/movements
  • What can we do to CHANGE?

What are the minimum requirements?

For each activity, there needs to be an example storyboard and student instructions. It is fine to have a teacher-created storyboard that is meant to inspire discussion, but instructions are still required. Explanation of the activity is preferred, but not required.

When is the submission deadline?

August 1, 2020

How will you use my content?

Storyboard That will add your content to our existing resources with your name (or anonymous if preferred) as the creator. All content will be available for free for everyone to view. Most activities will require access to Storyboard That for students to create their own storyboards. There is a two-week free trial available.

Where possible, we hope to work with you to create free TpT resources from the content submitted.

What are the causes I can support?

  1. Black Lives Matter
  3. Teaching for Change
  4. Teach for America
  5. EmbraceRace

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