It’s time for a change
Quizlet is dedicated to doing the work that is necessary to help make this an anti-racist world. We have a lot to learn and a lot do; however, there is something that we can do today.
We can help educate millions across the globe and empower our users to challenge the status-quo. It’s up to all of us to make the difference and be the change we want to see in this world.
Be the change
EmpathizeShow compassion and welcome all walks of life into your learning. We are all learning at different paces, but it is important we come together. Share resources, viewpoints, and understanding.
EmpowerTake meaningful action based on your learnings to empower your students, classmates, colleagues, friends, and family members.
Resources to support your learning
We’ve partnered with Teaching Tolerance, Newsela, The New York Times’s 1619 Project, NPR, and other leading educators to support you in learning more about America’s history. Organized by enduring themes critical to American history, check out these resources to learn more about the history of race, slavery, and what it means to be American in 2020.
Here you'll find study sets authored by Quizlet, followed by the original articles or podcasts they were based on. The study sets provide a deeper understanding of the original articles. Study sets include crucial vocabulary and images that give you the academic tools necessary to enter into the global conversation.
19th century history and race relations (Original articles)
Why American Prisons Owe Their Cruelty to Slavery
Patent Racism (Planet Money)
20th century history and race relations (Original articles)
How Gladys West Made The GPS
What A 1968 Report Tells Us About The Persistence Of Racial Inequality
Modern race and ethnicity (Original articles)
For Native Americans, coronavirus looks heartbreakingly familiar
Why Now, White People?
What Is White Privilege, Really?
This is only the
There is a lot to be done, and study sets alone are not the answer. We are dedicated to providing resources that support our students and teachers in educating themselves to enact the change we all want to see in the world. We invite you to join us on this journey. Together we can, and will, do better.