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Educator Resources

Teaching Abolitionism

As teachers, you are in a powerful position to equip the next generation with the knowledge and compassion to stand up for others. We offer three primary resources—detailed at right—to help you expose your students to the reality of modern slavery and get them engaged in the fight to end it. Though they are each geared toward different age groups, they may easily be adapted to fit your classroom’s particular age and needs.

STOP Curriculum

The STOP Curriculum Developed by fifth-grade teacher and former AASG Associate Barbara Vogel, the award-winning STOP Curriculum is the definitive guide to educating the new generation of abolitionists.

Escape from Slavery

Escape from Slavery St. Martin's Press, publishers of Francis Bok's unforgettable memoir as a child slave in Sudan, has developed a teachers' guide to accompany the reading.

Further Reading

Further Reading Give your students the inside scoop on modern slavery with additional reading written by former slaves and prominent abolitionists.

The Passover Project

The Passover Project The rememberance of Jewish slavery is a call to rise up against slavery in our own time. Access our ready-to-use materials and combine the Jewish heritage with today's abolitionist movement.

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