First issue of Learning for Justice magazine out now

Learning for Justice magazine, a Southern Poverty Law Center project recommended for grades 6-12, has released its first issue.

“Educators, students, their families and commu­nities are joining together to demand truth-telling in schools and to counter decisions that censor dialogue around race and injustice in the classroom,” writes Learning for Justice director Jalaya Liles Dunn in her Perspectives opener. “As you flip through this issue, I hope you will internalize the call to learn from these lessons and advance justice in your school community.”

For more information and to download the first issue, click here.