Black History Month

black history month posters

NYSUT posters honor Serena Williams and Frederick Douglass

NYSUT celebrates Black History Month with two new posters honoring Black Americans -- Serena Williams, widely considered one of the greatest tennis players of all time and Frederick Douglass who, after escaping from slavery in Maryland, became a national leader in the abolitionist movement. NYSUT members may order posters for free or download at Visit for more resources for Black History Month.

Personal Stories and Testimonials

As part of our Black History Month celebration, NYSUT members and leaders are telling their stories in video testimonials. More to come!

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Share My Lesson

Use Share My Lesson's curated collection of free lesson plans and resources to explore Black History Month ideas for your classroom. Engage with these free prek-12 resources here: