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A civilian’s guide to the insurrection legalese

From the Marshall Project. This resource provides a guide to complicated legal terms related to the attack on the U.S. Capitol in easy to understand language

Blog and News Articles
American insurrection: Was the assault on the Capitol really ‘unprecedented’? Historian weigh in.

Provides historical context on the insurrection on January 6 2021.

Blog and News Articles
Education Week: How to teach the U.S. Capitol Attack: Dozens of Resources To Get You Started

Lists and descriptions of lesson plans and resources for teachers and parents to discuss the U.S. Capitol attack with students and children.

Blog and News Articles
Facebook group-Teaching on the Days After: Dialogue & Resources for Educating Toward Justice

A Facebook group for educations to discuss challenges and ideas for hosting difficult conversations after violent, traumatic or difficult events.

Blog and News Articles
Facing History: Responding to the Insurrection.

Resources for educators and parents to discuss and respond to the insurrection on the U.S. Capitol.

Blog and News Articles
How does impeachment work?

A brief, educational video from TedEd that describes what impeachment is and how it works.

How to talk to kids about the riots at the US Capitol

Resources from Mind/Shift at KQED to help adults talk to children about the riots at the U.S Capitol honestly, sensitively and appropriate to their development.

Blog and News Articles
Impeachment

A podcast that describes the history of of impeachment in the United States

Podcast
Leading Conversations After Crisis

Describes ideas for holding conversations after national/global crisis.

Blog and News Articles
National Constitution Center: 25th Amendment Presidential Disability and Succession.

Provides an easy to understand description of the nature of the 25th Amendment.

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Parenting, Media and Everything in Between: Explaining the News to Our Kids. Common Sense Media

Provides ideas for adults to discuss difficult current events with children honestly and sensitively.

PBS: Three ways to teach about the insurrection at the U.S Capitol

PBS provides lessons plans and resources to teach about the attack at the U.S. Capitol.

Tools
Resources for teachers on the days after the attack on the U.S. Capitol
A list of resources for teachers to help teach about and discuss the attack on the U.S. Capitol
Talking to Children About Violence for Parents and Teachers. National Association of School Psychologists

From the National Association of School Psychologists: Tips for parent and teachers to talk to children about violence in a trauma-sensitive way.

Teaching resources to help students make sense of the rampage at the capitol

Links to resources collected by The NY Times to support teaching and learning about the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Blog and News Articles
The Modern White Power Movement

This podcast discusses the history of the modern white power movement in the United States

Podcast
What Americans make of the January 6 chaos at the Capitol. The Chicago Council on Global Affairs

From the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Provides a description of polls of those in the U.S. on opinions related to attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Blog and News Articles
When bad things happen: Helping kids navigate our sometimes-violent world.

From Teaching Tolerance: Provides support for adults in supporting children after violent national or global events.

Resource Hub

Applied filters:
Showing 1 - 18 of 18
Type of Resource
TOPIC
Target Audience
A civilian’s guide to the insurrection legalese

From the Marshall Project. This resource provides a guide to complicated legal terms related to the attack on the U.S. Capitol in easy to understand language

Blog and News Articles
American insurrection: Was the assault on the Capitol really ‘unprecedented’? Historian weigh in.

Provides historical context on the insurrection on January 6 2021.

Blog and News Articles
Education Week: How to teach the U.S. Capitol Attack: Dozens of Resources To Get You Started

Lists and descriptions of lesson plans and resources for teachers and parents to discuss the U.S. Capitol attack with students and children.

Blog and News Articles
Facebook group-Teaching on the Days After: Dialogue & Resources for Educating Toward Justice

A Facebook group for educations to discuss challenges and ideas for hosting difficult conversations after violent, traumatic or difficult events.

Blog and News Articles
Facing History: Responding to the Insurrection.

Resources for educators and parents to discuss and respond to the insurrection on the U.S. Capitol.

Blog and News Articles
How does impeachment work?

A brief, educational video from TedEd that describes what impeachment is and how it works.

How to talk to kids about the riots at the US Capitol

Resources from Mind/Shift at KQED to help adults talk to children about the riots at the U.S Capitol honestly, sensitively and appropriate to their development.

Blog and News Articles
Impeachment

A podcast that describes the history of of impeachment in the United States

Podcast
Leading Conversations After Crisis

Describes ideas for holding conversations after national/global crisis.

Blog and News Articles
National Constitution Center: 25th Amendment Presidential Disability and Succession.

Provides an easy to understand description of the nature of the 25th Amendment.

Blog and News Articles
Parenting, Media and Everything in Between: Explaining the News to Our Kids. Common Sense Media

Provides ideas for adults to discuss difficult current events with children honestly and sensitively.

PBS: Three ways to teach about the insurrection at the U.S Capitol

PBS provides lessons plans and resources to teach about the attack at the U.S. Capitol.

Tools
Resources for teachers on the days after the attack on the U.S. Capitol
A list of resources for teachers to help teach about and discuss the attack on the U.S. Capitol
Talking to Children About Violence for Parents and Teachers. National Association of School Psychologists

From the National Association of School Psychologists: Tips for parent and teachers to talk to children about violence in a trauma-sensitive way.

Teaching resources to help students make sense of the rampage at the capitol

Links to resources collected by The NY Times to support teaching and learning about the attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Blog and News Articles
The Modern White Power Movement

This podcast discusses the history of the modern white power movement in the United States

Podcast
What Americans make of the January 6 chaos at the Capitol. The Chicago Council on Global Affairs

From the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Provides a description of polls of those in the U.S. on opinions related to attack on the U.S. Capitol.

Blog and News Articles
When bad things happen: Helping kids navigate our sometimes-violent world.

From Teaching Tolerance: Provides support for adults in supporting children after violent national or global events.

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