Virtual Resource Fair

For specific resources, follow the links below. To see the entire list of resources in alphabetical order, scroll down this page.

Resources In Alphabetical Order

Ancestral Alchemy Academy – Ancestral Alchemy Academy is a Sovereign Food-Forest Freedom School I’m Occupied Ohlone Territory, aka Huichin, aka Oakland, CA

Apothecary For The People – Apothecary For The People promotes the use of plants as medicine by providing plant medicine offerings and teachings.

Arab Resource and Organizing Center – We focus on immigrant rights advocacy, anti-surveillance, and anti-imperialism.

Ashay By The Bay – Bookseller: African American and Multi-Cultural Children K-12 and Adult Books

Asian American Curriculum Project, Inc. – AACP is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to educate the general public about Asian and Pacific Islander American culture, history, and current experiences to combat prejudice and hate, to right and prevent civil injustices (resulting from prejudice and hate), to promote self-awareness, and to foster compassion, understanding, and tolerance.

Bay Area Teacher Training Institute/BATTI – BATTI works with Holy Names University and over 30 Bay Area schools, independent and public, to provide an elementary school teaching credential and Master’s program and full-time paid apprenticeships.

Bay Area Youth Agency Consortium (BAYAC) AmeriCorps – BAYAC AmeriCorps collaborates with over 20 agencies in schools and community-based organizations to serve youth and families in the San Francisco Bay Area and this is a paid work experience program for folks who are looking to advance their career working with youth and in the field of education.

BE3 – Berkeley Educators for Equity and Excellence – Preliminary Credential and MA program at UC Berkeley

Black Organizing Project – Black Grassroots Memberled organization working for racial, social & economic justice.

Black Teacher Project – The Black Teacher Project’s mission is to sustain and develop Black teachers to lead and reimagine schools as communities of liberated learning.

Caddo Gap Press – Caddo Gap Press publishes Multicultural Education Magazine and other journals related to teacher education and the social foundations of education.

center for critical environmental & global literacy (CCEGL) – educational org focusing on envir issues.create a team that works internationally, present project with indigenous educators and communities in Oaxaca Mex//also El Salvador, Guate, Cuba & Rumania and Hungry

DIGNIDAD REBELDE – Dignidad Rebelde is a graphic arts collaboration between Oakland-based artists Jesus Barraza and Melanie Cervantes. We believe that art can be an empowering reflection of community struggles, dreams and visions. Following principles of Xicanisma and Zapatismo, we create work that amplifies people’s stories and to create art that can be put back into the hands of the communities who inspire it.

Disability Visibility Project – An online community dedicated to creating, sharing, and amplifying disability media and culture.

Education for Social Justice Foundation – We work to provide education on past injustices relegated to the sidelines of history by supporting educators with resources and tested lesson plans.

Facing History and Ourselves – We support educators in developing curricular approaches toward challenging racism and bigotry, engaging students in civic learning, and deepening understandings of the historical roots behind today’s challenges.

Factory Farming Awareness Coalition – We offer live or pre-recorded online lessons about the impacts of our food choices as they relate to the pandemic, worker rights, the environment, and racial justice.

GirlVentures – GirlVentures inspires girls to lead through outdoor adventure, inner discovery, and collective action.

Gratitude Alliance – We train educators, activists, and community leaders in mental health and collective healing tools to break generational cycles of trauma and harm.

Innosanto Nagara – Author/Illustrator of social justice themed children’s books.

Integrated Action Civics Project – The Integrated Action Civics Project seeks to help teachers build student agency and civic voice through incorporating critical historical thinking and change-analysis skills into everyday curriculum, and scaffolding authentic, effective civic engagement experiences.

Justice 4 Oakland Students Black Student Reparations Committee – We demand that OUSD dismantle anti-Black structures, practices, policies, and culture in our district that have harmed generations of Black families – and provide the reparations necessary to transform our education system and center Black thriving, as a strategy for meeting the needs of all students. – social justice artwork – cooperative of artists

KQED – KQED is a San Francisco-based nonprofit public media station and NPR and PBS affiliate providing free high-quality educational resources, including professional development and standards-aligned resources on civic media literacy for use in all grades and subjects.

National Center for Youth Law – Using advocacy to transform the public systems that impact youth

Peer Resources: Teaching Anti-Oppression Pro-Liberation Education – The Mission and Vision of Peer Resources is to empower youth as agents of change and transform schools into youth empowerment institutions through the leadership of young people engaging, training and advocating for each other.

PM Press – PM Press is an Oakland-based independent, radical publisher of books and resources to educate, entertain, and inspire.

Principal Leadership Institute – The mission of the Principal Leadership Institute at UC Berkeley is to prepare, induct, and support a diverse community of equity focused school leaders who will improve education for vulnerable and historically underserved students in California’s public schools in support of social justice.

Project Yellow Dress – A storytelling platform dedicated to sharing and highlighting the histories, experiences, and voices of the Southeast Asian diaspora.

Reach And Teach – Books, toys, games and gifts for a more peaceful, sustainable and inclusive world.

Reading with Relevance – An #SEL curriculum on a mission: inspiring students to read deeply, think critically, talk openly, and write reflectively about topics that really matter.

Reflection Press – Reflection Press is a POC queer and trans owned independent publisher of radical and revolutionary children’s books and works that expand cultural and spiritual awareness.

Refugee Foster Care; Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County – We are a Foster Family Agency (FFA) resettling Unaccompanied Refugee Minors into foster homes throughout the Bay Area, and we provide ongoing support to the youth as they mature into young adulthood, and ultimately, self-sufficiency and independence.

Rethinking Schools – Rethinking Schools is a nonprofit publisher and advocacy organization dedicated to sustaining and strengthening public education through social justice teaching and education activism.

ReUNION: Education-Arts-Heritage – African Descent primary source curriculum and training

Rooted in Rights – Rooted in Rights is a team of disabled storytellers that produce media by and for the disability community.

Rosetta Press – Rosetta Press is committed to publishing books that reveal, explore, and foster a Black feminist vision of the world.

San Francisco Association for Bilingual Education – Advocate, lead, support and empower culturally and linguistically diverse students, families, teachers and administrators with integrity and equity for ALL.

Social Justice Sewing Academy – The Social Justice Sewing Academy (SJSA) is a non-profit organization that seeks to empower individuals to utilize textile art for personal transformation, community cohesion, and becoming an agent of social change.

SOL Affirmations – SOL Affirmations: A Tool Kit for Reflection and Manifesting The Light Within

Soldadera – My offerings include jewelry, tees, and buttons.

The Changemaker Project – The Changemaker Project empowers youth to innovate social and climate justice– we give youth the tools, mentorship, and funding they need to make an impact in their community.

The Gender Wheel – The Gender Wheel expands gender discussions with intersectional, anti-oppression, and nature-based perspectives and provides holistic educational tools and curriculum.

the love curriculum – My purpose is to facilitate the empowerment and self-actualization of the youth I work with.

The New Press – A not-for-profit publisher of groundbreaking education, criminal justice, and radical history books since 1992.

Triaddle – Triaddle is a small business specializing in educational games.

UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project – UCBHSSP works with history teachers to strengthen their instructional practice in order to provide meaningful and empowering educational opportunities for all students.

University of San Francisco School of Education – Credential and graduate programs for aspiring & practicing educators, counselors and leaders. Our programs focus on social justice, equity & community involvement.

Voice of Witness – Voice of Witness (VOW) advances human rights by amplifying the voices of people impacted by—and fighting against—injustice through our award-winning oral history book series and education program.

Western Institute for Social Research (WISR) – Personalized, social justice and multicultural oriented, academic institution offering on site and distance learning–BS, MS (Education, Community Leadership & Marriage/Family Therapy, and EdD (Education and Social Change) degrees.

Woke Kindergarten – Woke Kindergarten is an abolitionist early learning community