EDUCATOR’S GUIDE

Are you ready to teach revolutionary love in your classroom? Lead a series in your organization or house of worship? Or make love the ethic of your campus or community? We are calling all educators — teachers, professors, community leaders, faith leaders, youth workers, and parents! We created this Educator’s Guide for you — a comprehensive curriculum backed by research, animated through stories, and infused with wisdom. Download it now.

What’s Inside?

  • 10 original lesson plans on each of the ten practices of revolutionary love, plus an introductory lesson.
  • A comprehensive toolkit for educators with 120+ pages of content, including learning goals, individual and group activities, discussion questions, and additional resources for deeper exploration.
  • Designed for high schools, colleges, and communities. Can be adapted for younger ages.
  • Packed with powerful narratives, theories, and practices from writers, scholars, and practitioners, including Grace Lee Boggs, Tarana Burke, bell hooks, Ibram X. Kendi, and more. 
  • Timely case studies including movements such as Black Lives Matter, Disability Justice, and the #MeToo movement.
  • Flexible structure to teach as a whole course or use lessons as part of existing courses.
  • Independent learners can explore the lessons sequentially or dive into lessons as desired.
  • A companion to SEE NO STRANGER by Valarie Kaur. Lessons correspond with book chapters.

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    The Educator’s Guide was written by Dr. Melissa Canlas, Director of Education at the Revolutionary Love Project with support from our research scholars. It is based on the work of Valarie Kaur and her book See No Stranger: A Memoir and Manifesto of Revolutionary Love. Kaur produced and co-edited this guide.

    We are happy to provide this guide to support revolutionary love in classrooms and communities. We offer this guide on a sliding scale (pay what you can), beginning at $0. We recommend a donation of $87 for this labor, led by women of color. We welcome anything you are able to offer to support our education work.

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