Here are some great resources for further exploration of social justice and Urban Education;
http://www.tolerance.org – The Teaching Tolerance website includes many multicultural resources for educators, parents, teens and kids. There are a variety of lesson plans and classroom activities for teachers that can be sorted by grade level, subject, and tolerance topic. Classroom kits are also available through the website.
http://www.nameorg.org - The National Association for Multicultural Education website includes information about multicultural education. The 'Resource Center' contains teaching resouces (such as K-12 lesson plans, multicultural literature, and models for multicultural education), resources for parents, lists of multicultural journals, and many other links.
http://www.understandingprejudice.org/ - Understanding Prejudice is a website for teachers and students that includes educational resources about the causes and consequences of prejudice and discrimination. The website has many quizzes and inventories to take in order to find out your own beliefs and hidden biases. There are classroom resources for elementary, middle, and high school teachers.
http://iume.tc.columbia.edu/ - Website for the Institute for Urban and Minority Education at Columbia University. This site includes projects, resources and publications.