Teaching About Race and Racism
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4 Video Resources for Exploring Race, Racism, Stereotypes, and Microaggressions
by Marsha Rakestraw Talking about race, racism, and institutional oppression can be challenging, especially when many white people are feeling…
Humane Educator’s Toolbox: The Critical Media Project
It’s no secret that young people in the U.S. spend an inordinate amount of time engaging with various kinds of…
The Critical Media Project
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The Critical Media Project is a resource to help educators help their students think critically and meaningfully about media and…
14 Children’s Picture Books Exploring Race and Racism
by Marsha Rakestraw Studies show that children can learn racially-biased behaviors as young as three and learn to categorize people…
Race & Racism: Our Newest Global Issues Guide
We don’t like to admit it, but we live in a racist society. We don’t like to talk about race…
Race, Racism, Discrimination and Prejudice Global Issues Guide
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Find suggested books, articles, videos, lesson plans and more related to issues of race, racism, discrimination, and prejudice to help…
Changing the “Single Story” About Africa(ns) … and Others
Recently I read two books, each featuring a female protagonist. One was by a black woman from Barbados, the book…
Colorlines
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Colorlines is a news site that explores issues of race and racial justice. According to their website: “At Colorlines.com, we…
Everyday Democracy
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Everyday Democracy “helps local communities find ways for all kinds of people to think, talk and work together to solve…
Race: The Power of an Illusion
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An online companion to a documentary about race in society, science, & history. Offers information, resources, interviews, discussion, and ideas…
Race Relations Through a Child’s Eyes
Image courtesy CNN screenshot. “A lot of white parents…have this view that if you talk about race you are creating…