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    • Plotting Inequalities, Building Resistance: High School Students Use Math to Reflect on Social Inequality (Teaching Activity) | Zinn Education Project: Teaching People's History
    • Plotting Inequalities, Building Resistance: High School Students Use Math to Reflect on Social Inequality

    • Teaching Activity. By Adam Renner, Bridget Brew, and Crystal Proctor. 5 pages.
      An article describing how math teachers in a San Francisco high school shed light on the ways economics and racism affect education, housing, and job opportunities.

    • Resource Types: Teaching Activities (Free) | Time Periods: 2001 - Present, 21st Century | Themes: African American, Economics, Latino, Math, Social Class | Reading Levels: Grades 6-8, High School
    • Rethinking Mathematics: Teaching Social Justice by the Numbers

    • Teaching Guide. Edited by Eric Gutstein and Bob Peterson. 2013 (2nd edition). 300 pages.
      Lessons and articles on social justice math education for elementary and secondary school classrooms.

    • Resource Types: Teaching Guides | Themes: Economics, Education, Math | Reading Levels: Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8, High School
    • Radical Equations: Civil Rights from Mississippi to the Algebra Project

    • Book – Non-fiction. By Robert P. Moses and Charles E. Cobb Jr. 2001. 256 pages.
      Algebra Project founder on math literacy and civil rights.

    • Resource Types: Books: Non-Fiction | Time Periods: 2001 - Present, 21st Century | Themes: Civil Rights Movements, Education, Math | Reading Levels: Adult
    • Moses, Robert "Bob" Parris

    • Profile.
      Robert “Parris” Moses (born Jan. 23, 1935) is a voting rights organizer, educator, and founder of the Algebra Project.

    • Resource Types: Profiles | Time Periods: People’s Movement: 1961 - 1974, Post-Civil Rights Era: 1975 - 2000, 20th Century | Themes: Civil Rights Movements, Democracy & Citizenship, Math | Reading Levels: Grades 6-8, High School