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How a Retro Report Teacher Ambassador Incorporated Vincent Chin Classroom Resources into AAPI Heritage Month

Are you a teacher? Click the button below for our related education resources. As a teacher of U.S. History and Government and Politics courses at a private international school in suburban Long Island, N.Y., teaching “History” months can be quite a novelty to almost half of my students who are from various parts of the […]

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At Retro Report, a Day of Learning and Professional Development for NYC Educators

Dr. Yohuru R. Williams, an expert on the civil rights and Black power movements and an education activist, opened the day with examples of how racism was intertwined with topics like property ownership, democracy and the prevention of violence in America. Dr. Williams is the founding director of the Racial Justice Initiative at the University […]

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Retro Report Launches a Newsletter Referral Program

Retro Report in the Classroom is a weekly newsletter for educators, delivered every Monday morning. It includes tips on incorporating Retro Report’s free videos and teaching resources into many middle and high school courses, including social studies, E.L.A., Civics, and Environmental Science. All participants must be U.S. residents and must be 18 or older. All […]