Search Results for “racism”

…The headlines are full of examples of racism, and many of our institutions promote and condone the discrimination and oppression of people of color. As part of a recent…

…and usually that somewhere is in a low-income and/or “minority” neighborhood. Many schools are teaching kids about recycling and going “green,” but often the issue of environmental racism isn’t addressed….

…We don’t like to admit it, but we live in a racist society. We don’t like to talk about race and racism, sometimes because we’re afraid we’ll say the…

…by Marsha Rakestraw Talking about race, racism, and institutional oppression can be challenging, especially when many white people are feeling defensive, uncomfortable, and confused. Videos, including those using…

…race and racism. 1. “The Soccer Fence: A Story of Friendship, Hope and Apartheid in South Africa” by Phil Bildner 2014. Grades 1-4. Hector loves soccer and dreams of playing…

…and racism still thrive in the United States and elsewhere. Last year Cheerios faced similar fury when the brand aired a commercial featuring a multiracial family. (A sequel commercial featuring…

…Despite what many white people would like to believe — and what the mainstream media says is so — racism and white privilege are still alive and well. And…

…I’ve often wondered what racism looks like if you’re blind. In societies in which the color of our skin is still a powerful force in the way we are…

…school would so blithely perpetuate stereotypes and racism. As Kellie says, “Native Americans are characterized, marginalized, counted in number books (see Ten Little Rabbits by Virginia Grossman), depicted with incorrect…

…role in reducing racism. Whether we want to or not, many of us still exhibit “automatic” or unconscious types of racist behavior. According to Greater Good, this study, published in…

…of color know that racism is so much more than single, or even regular episodes of name-calling. Straight up racial hate-speech is simply the acrid, spattering foam that lets us…

…I’ve often wondered what racism looks like if you’re blind. In societies in which the color of our skin is still a powerful force in the way we are…