Thank you for your interest in the Storytelling Project Curriculum: Teaching about Race and Racism through Storytelling and the Arts. We are eager to have others use lessons from the curriculum we have developed using the Storytelling Model and/or to have you develop your own lessons using our model.
Storytelling Project Curriculum is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. We have made this model and curriculum available as a free PDF and encourage teachers to use the lessons and/or modify them to meet the needs of your own students and subject area, as well as create new lessons that fit the different story types. We ask that you sign in so that we can follow up and invite feedback on the model and curriculum provided and invite contributions of new lessons we might add to the final curriculum (with attribution to the creators of new lessons). We will use this feedback to strengthen the curriculum before publishing a final version. Enjoy!
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