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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Culturally Responsive Education: Insurrection

From Holman Library

Background Articles 

The links below are from a database that's great for background articles and definitions: Gale Ebooks 

Online Sources

Media Literacy

Fact-Checking &  Fake News

Source: "Fact checking online is more important than ever," uploaded by MetroSverige, 2016, Standard YouTube License.

Learn More

For more information on fact-checking and fake news, consider the document below, as well as the research guide dedicated to helping you better evaluate your sources.



Definition of insurrection

an act or instance of revolting against civil authority or an established government


insurgence, insurgency, mutiny, outbreak, rebellion, revolt, revolution, rising, uprising

-From the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, cited and linked below

"What we witnessed on Wednesday, January 6 at the electoral vote certification was white rage. The breaching of our halls of government by white domestic terrorists was sedition by a sitting president, an attempted fascist coup, an insurrection, and the epitome of white privilege and white entitlement."

-Xyanthe Neider, used with permission & cited below

Sources:  “Insurrection.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 19 Jan. 2021. 

Neider, Xyanthe. "Inauguration Day Preparations." Jan. 2021. Reading.

Finding Background Info

In Current News

Unpacking the events of January 6th, 2021

Source: "Violent scene unfolds as pro-Trump mob storms Capitol" on 01/06/2021 by The Washington Post, Used for Educational Purposes.

News Videos

News Articles

In Washington State

The news articles linked below show a local response in Washington State

Truth and Reconciliation

Online Organizations

Resources on the Web

In order to change the future, we must first understand the past. Consider the links below that go to articles, teaching resources, and organization websites. 


Teaching Resources