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Difficult conversations regarding racial inequalities, gender stereotypes, socio-economic privileges, and Xenophobia must be had with all generations. These topics are just a few that I plan to introduce to all of my students. Each month, we will celebrate and bring awareness to different people groups and/or topics. In August, we will learn about the right to education through reading stories like Separation is Not Equal and Umal Unbound. During the month of October, we will celebrate Latino Heritage Month, and read stories about other Dreamers and books native to their families' country. While in the month of November, we will turn our focus to Native-American Heritage Month, and read stories like We Are Water Protectors to educate us on their culture and current problems faced. In December, we will have a multicultural Christmas and read about different traditions around the holiday season through books like: Too Many Tamales, Yoon's Christmas Mitten, and more. In January, will be dedicated to accepting differences; we will read books like Superstar or Life As a Cactus to experience what people with disabilities face. During the month of February, we will celebrate Black History Month, and students will learn about the courageous children who marched in the streets of Birmingham alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, and others. In March, we will celebrate Women's History Month and discuss how brave women have shattered the glass ceiling for future generations of women. In April, we will turn the topic to protecting the Earth and our duty to save it! Finally, in May we will read and discuss the topic of mental health and the struggles that people face internally. By you funding this project, you are molding future generations in being educated on inequalities and standing up for what is right.

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Difficult conversations regarding racial inequalities, gender stereotypes, socio-economic privileges, and Xenophobia must be had with all generations. These topics are just a few that I plan to introduce to all of my students. Each month, we will celebrate and bring awareness to different people groups and/or topics. In August, we will learn about the right to education through reading stories like Separation is Not Equal and Umal Unbound. During the month of October, we will celebrate Latino Heritage Month, and read stories about other Dreamers and books native to their families' country. While in the month of November, we will turn our focus to Native-American Heritage Month, and read stories like We Are Water Protectors to educate us on their culture and current problems faced. In December, we will have a multicultural Christmas and read about different traditions around the holiday season through books like: Too Many Tamales, Yoon's Christmas Mitten, and more. In January, will be dedicated to accepting differences; we will read books like Superstar or Life As a Cactus to experience what people with disabilities face. During the month of February, we will celebrate Black History Month, and students will learn about the courageous children who marched in the streets of Birmingham alongside Dr. Martin Luther King, and others. In March, we will celebrate Women's History Month and discuss how brave women have shattered the glass ceiling for future generations of women. In April, we will turn the topic to protecting the Earth and our duty to save it! Finally, in May we will read and discuss the topic of mental health and the struggles that people face internally. By you funding this project, you are molding future generations in being educated on inequalities and standing up for what is right.

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