Teach students about the roles Ida B. Wells maintained, including teacher, activist, journalist, women’s rights advocate, and leader of the anti-lynching movement.

The Say Something program raises awareness and teaches students to
recognize warning signs, signals and threats of violence; and to “Say Something” to a trusted adult. Through classroom discussions, school club activities and school-wide
events, Say Something educates and empowers students to look out for each
other and be an upstander.

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On February 23, 1954, the first mass inoculation against polio took place with the with Salk vaccine. Learn how vaccines help the immune system protect people against diseases in this video from NOVA.

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