A Work in Progress!
- Abril, C. R. (2006). Music that represents culture: Selecting music with integrity. Music Educators Journal, 93(1), 38–45.
A great resource for choosing “multicultural” and “world music” repertoire respectfully.
- Allsup, R. E., & Shieh, E. (2012). Social justice and music education: The call for a public pedagogy. Music Educators Journal, 98(4), 47–51.
Lays a strong foundation for why social justice in music education is important.
- Salvador, K. (2019). Equity in music education: Sustaining the courage to change. Music Educators Journal, 105(4), 59–63.
Describes how we as music educators can sustain our resolve to do justice work that can be challenging.
- Shaw, J. (2012). The skin that we sing: Culturally responsive choral music education. Music Educators Journal, 98(4), 75–81.
Clearly lays out how culturally responsive teaching can be enacted in choral music.
- Abolishing Minstrel Songs
- Institute for Composer Diversity
- Music by Black Composers
- List of pieces to reconsider
- Beyond Elijah Rock: The Non-Idiomatic Choral Music of Black Composers
- Black Vocal Jazz Arrangers and Composers List, compiled by Cynthia Peyson Wahl
- Social Justice Songbook
- Black Voices Matter
- Black owned bookstores
- Blurring the Binary: Teaching Transgender Students in the Music Classroom
- Queering Choir
- Decolonizing the Music Room
- Teaching Tolerance
- Making Good Choices: How Can Teachers Better Research Repertoire for the Classroom?
- The Choral Commons
- Code Switch
Diversity and Social Justice Music Organizations/Ensembles in California
- Afro-American Chamber Music Society
- Inner City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles
- Albert McNeil Jubilee Singers
Diversity and Social Justice Music Organizations/Ensembles in the U.S.
- NANM National Association of Negro Musicians
- CAAPA Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts
- NASPAAM National Association for the Study & Performance of African American Music
- Urban Voices Project