The Simone Project
The Simone Project strives to promote social justice and minority history. Through knowledge and awareness, we aim to lead and cultivate a compassionate and inclusive generation. We represent a platform of national change for voices which are often neglected.
The Simone Project
Welcome To Unmasked: The Simone Project
Unmasked is a resource website that promotes social justice and minority history education in classroom settings. This site also provides current events, highlights misinformed history, and provides opportunity for independent learning to help students dive deeper into the topics discussed throughout the
website. Often these topics can create uncomfortable classroom environments and are left out of curriculums, so our website targets teens and other students that are interested in learning more about the non “white-washed” history of America.
highlights key facts from the past that have been excluded from mainstream history in hopes of promoting knowledge, compassion and understanding towards minority groups, religious groups and the LGBTQ community.
Reference websites, independent learning and heritage month information for African American, Asian American, Hispanic and Latino American, and Native American minority groups
History and Beliefs, Persecution, Regions, and Moderen Conflit of Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism
Reference websites, pride month, and independent Learning of the LGBTQ community
fairness in terms of the distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges within society. This site expands on the following topics as it relates to social justice.
Victims of Racial Bias
Although it is our goal to expand one’s knowledge of minority culture, an individual must be willing to learn in order for this educational resource to be useful. Therefore, we have put together a list of podcasts, books, and movies for students to further educate themselves on issues BIPOC and the LGBTQ+ community continue to face in this country, as well as their experiences. In addition, we provided a variety of mediums to best suit individual learning styles.
A Song Below Water
Bethany C. Morrow
All You Can Ever Know
I Am Malala
I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter
Erika L. Sanchez
Through the integration of current events into curriculums, students will develop a better understanding of the world’s culture and will begin to approach unfamiliar situations with unbiased perspectives. Students will also become more engaged with news platforms and aware of the issues within their community. On this page, you can find reliable news sources that provide information on social justice topics, as well as subjects revolving around minorities.