Thursday, June 4th

Celebrating Black Americans

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” -Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.


Morning Rituals How to Meditate

Journal Topics:
How are you feeling today? What are 3 things you love about yourself? What are 3 things you are thankful for today?
Character, Leadership & Service Watch this young girl, Zianna, use her voice to speak to city leadership on racial injustice.

“I Have a Dream” by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  

“Addressing Complex Social Change…What If?”
Ready to explore? Let’s take a virtual trip!

Travel through the Civil Rights Movement (Click “Launch” on the website to begin.)
Fine Arts   Watch the Alvin Ailey Dance Company Perform “Wade in the Water”

“One Day – Black History through Hip Hop” by Boys & Girls Club of Metro-Atlanta members

The History of African American Social Dances
Poetry “What I Wasn’t Taught in School”

“Still I Rise” by Maya Angelou

“I, Too” by Langston Hughes
College and Career Readiness   Check out this list of Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs).

Pick a few HBCUs you’d like to tour and take a virtual campus tour here.

Check out all of these college scholarship opportunities!

Did you know about the Common Black College Application that enables you to apply to over 55 Historically Black Colleges & Universities for just $20?
Evening Rituals   Wind-Down Home Workout

Journal Topics:
What activity or topic impacted you the most in today’s lesson? Why? Which video or topic did you enjoy the most today? Why?What are 3 interesting things you learned today?