Source B

Source B is a collective of teachers and scholars who are committed to social justice in education. We conduct research, create online content, write curriculum resources, and facilitate professional development for teachers. 

Professional Development

Send all inquiries and proposals to: historydilemmas@gmail.com

     We will consider any funded proposals, and we also provide pre-structured professional development seminars for teachers, based on our peer-reviewed research publications. Example 1-2 day seminars include:


-Teaching for Social Justice- Beginning the Journey
-Teaching for Social Justice- Already Committed and Wanting More
-Understanding White Supremacy and Anti-Black Racism in the History Curriculum
-U.S. History Through Diverse Perspectives


Published Research

Seeger, C., Parsons, S., & View, J. L. (2022). Equity-Centered Instructional Adaptations in High-Poverty Schools. Education and Urban Society. March 2022.

Patterson, T. M. (2021). RBG Set the Record Straight, Our Curriculum Should Too: Centering the work of Dr. Pauli Murray and Black feminism in social studies. Annals of Social Studies Education Research for Teachers, 2(2), 19-25.

Mitchell Patterson, T., & McWhorter, C. (2020). Black Music is American Music: Learning Underrepresented Aspects of Black History in College through Critical Race Media Literacy. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 22(2), 145-162.