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Pausing, reflecting, and refreshing how you approach teaching Black History Month this February can help foster more culturally responsive lessons. Lessons should be dynamic and cover a wide range of topics, including history, first-person perspectives, art, literature, to better capture the Black experience. And, by celebrating black voices throughout the year, teachers can support anti-bias …