Social Justice and Human Rights History in Primary Sources, Speeches, Songs, Documents, & Literature
Social justice, human rights speeches

Social justice, human rights songs

Social justice, human rights essays

Social justice, human rights poems, poetry

Social justice, human rights literature

Social justice, human rights letters

Social justice, human rights documents

Social justice, human rights acts

Welcome to SoJust, EdChange's ever-growing collection of historic speeches, songs, poetry, and essays on human rights and social justice.

Social Justice Quote of the Day:
"By the time they reach second grade, every child in the country knows what an Indian is. They wear lots of feathers, ride spotted ponies and shoot arrows. Indians who don't fit the type are invisible; they simply can't be imagined by the majority of white children or adults." -Rayna Green

Our Favorite History Sites:
Facing History and Ourselves
African American Holocaust
The History Place: see section on child labor!
Black History: from the Biography channel
History of the Revolutionary Working Class
Disability Social History Project
History.com: the History Channel online
Hyper History Online: includes new Climate Change area

EdChange - Equity, Diversity Social Justice Education

Social Justice Diversity Equity News Service

Multicultural Pavilion - Education Equity, Diversity, Reform

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