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Guide for Selecting Anti-Bias Children's Books. Tackling Racism in Classic Children's Literature 8-25-20. Copy of Ma Said What? - Google Slides. Chat. Talking Points. Project READY: Reimagining Equity & Access for Diverse Youth – A free online professional development curriculum. (2020) 21 Day Racial Equity and Social Justice Challenge - YWCA Greater Cleveland. Well done, you’ve reached the end of the 21 Day Racial Equity & Social Justice Challenge 2020!

(2020) 21 Day Racial Equity and Social Justice Challenge - YWCA Greater Cleveland

Myself, along with the dedicated staff of the YWCA Greater Cleveland, our affiliates across the state and our organizational partners thank you for your commitment and participation. When we started this challenge, no one could have imagined that we’d end it, confronting a new way of life in the midst of a global pandemic. It is said that it takes 21 days to form a habit. Teaching Hard History Podcast. Teaching Hard History. Silence is Not an Option - Podcast on CNN Audio.

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Subscribe Share Share and embed. Podcast on Spotify. ‎1619 on Apple Podcasts. - The Washington Post. Children's Literature with Negative Portrayals and Stereotypes for Curriculum. Allergic to Birthday Parties, Science Projects, and Other Man-made Catastrophes Book - 2010 Alvin Ho, a series about a young Asian-American boy is applauded for its diversity – especially when juvenile books typically feature Caucasian protagonis...Show more Alvin Ho, a series about a young Asian-American boy is applauded for its diversity – especially when juvenile books typically feature Caucasian protagonists.

Children's Literature with Negative Portrayals and Stereotypes for Curriculum

"The Cat is Out of the Bag: Orientalism, Anti-Blackness, and White Supr" by Katie Ishizuka and Ramón Stephens* Recommended Citation Ishizuka, Katie and Stephens*, Ramón (2019) "The Cat is Out of the Bag: Orientalism, Anti-Blackness, and White Supremacy in Dr.

"The Cat is Out of the Bag: Orientalism, Anti-Blackness, and White Supr" by Katie Ishizuka and Ramón Stephens*

Amazon. ‎Fuse 8 n' Kate on Apple Podcasts. JUN 7, 2020 Episode 139 - Little Man, Little Man Kate gave Betsy a tricky challenge this week.

‎Fuse 8 n' Kate on Apple Podcasts

She wanted her to find a book worth discussing that was pertinent to the times in which we live. So, after a great deal of soul searching, Betsy decided to focus on a book by a Black author. Even better, a book that was ahead of its time when it came out and may only find its true audience today. And few books for kids tackle the issue of police brutality as honestly as this one does. Fuse 8 n' Kate (podcast) - Betsy Bird and Kate Ramsey.

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It is a great, free way to engage the podcast community and increase the visibility of your podcasts. Manually refresh the RSS feed to sync up. Read Alikes for Racist Books. Sarah Park Dahlen, Ph.D. – musings on korean diaspora, children's literature, and adoption. CCBC Releases Annual Statistics for Multicultural Children's Books. Weeding Out Racism’s Invisible Roots: Rethinking Children’s Classics. Reading While White: An Open Letter to Scales on Censorship and School Library Journal. Diversity Auditing 101: How to Evaluate Your Collection. Diverse Books for Everyone. In late August and early September, a group of us here at NPL published a series of blog posts dedicated to exploring the racist images and stereotypes present in specific examples of classic children's literature.

Diverse Books for Everyone

Our efforts were part of a larger project wherein a diverse group of library employees had conversations how best to address the "potential hurt these books could cause" while honoring public libraries' central values regarding intellectual freedom and the right of everyone to read what they so choose. In addtion to the blog posts published discussing Dr. A curated book-finding app for librarians, teachers, parents and kids, from WNDB. OurStory is aimed at kids, teens, and parents to help them discover new books with diverse content and from content creators from marginalized communities using a fun quiz.

A curated book-finding app for librarians, teachers, parents and kids, from WNDB

It will also offer cool content perks from their favorite authors and illustrators. OurStory Teen is for ages 13 and older, and OurStory Kids is for ages 12 and younger. Children can use OurStory Kids as a guest to access the quiz, but perks are available only to registered users. We encourage parents and guardians to use the app together with their children to access additional features. Conscious Kids: Talking About Race. We are excited to introduce our new Conscious Kids: Talking About Race book kits.

Conscious Kids: Talking About Race

These kits are filled with a selection of beautiful, diverse picture books that center the stories of children of color. They are a component of the library’s commitment to equity, and we hope patrons will use this tool to start or continue discussions about race with the children in their lives. Why talk about race with young children? Jane Elliott. The Problem with Picture Book Monkeys: Racist imagery associating simians with Black people has a long history. Nashville Public Library. Ending the Era of Harmful “Indian” Mascots. NCAI's Long Standing Opposition to Harmful "Indian" Sports Mascots.

Ending the Era of Harmful “Indian” Mascots

White Librarianship in Blackface: Diversity Initiatives in LIS. In Brief:Whiteness—an ideological practice that can extend beyond notions of racial supremacy to other areas of dominance—has permeated every aspect of librarianship, extending even to the initiatives we claim are committed to increasing diversity. This state of affairs, however, need not remain. This article examines the ways in which whiteness controls diversity initiatives in LIS, particularly in light of the application requirements set upon candidates. I then suggest ways to correct for whiteness in LIS diversity programs by providing mentorship to diverse applicants struggling to navigate the whiteness of the profession and concurrently working in solidarity to dismantle whiteness from within.1.

Unsplash: A Collection of Free Images : Free Image : Free Download, Borrow and Streaming. The Gender Spectrum Collection by Broadly. Stock photos of women of color in tech, now free to use. — #WOCinTechChat. Earlier this month, we published a blog post where we discussed the problem of not having visible representations of women of color engaging in technical tasks in stock images. We’re excited to announce that the first batch of #WOCinTech photos are available under a Creative Commons (Attribution) license.

This means that you may copy, distribute, and display the images as long as you attribute #WOCinTech Chat. Otherwise, you are free to use them as you wish. Our ask? That you use these photos to show a different representation of all women in tech. The Tutu Teacher. Highlighted Books & Trends. 2020 Summer Reading List. 2020 Summer Reading List PDF Are you looking for a curated summer reading list that celebrates diversity, inclusivity and intersecting identities? The We Are Kid Lit Collective selects books by and about IPOC (Indigenous and People of Color), with attention to their intersecting. Chosen books are thoroughly selected, discussed, and vetted by two or more members. 2020 We Are Kid Lit Collective members: Tad Andracki, Edith Campbell, Laura M.

Jiménez, Sujei Lugo, Lyn Miller-Lachmann, Debbie Reese, and Sonia Alejandra Rodríguez. Making Space with Christian Robinson. Black Joy Booklist for Children and Young Adults. Written by Alia Jones, Senior Library Services Assistant, Downtown Main Library Hey Black Child Do you know who you are Who you really are Do you know you can be What you want to be If you try to be What you can be -- “Hey Black Child” by Useni Eugene Perkins In the midst of a global pandemic, Black people are experiencing fatigue, stress, grief, and anger at more loss of Black life.

Tennessee State Library and Archives. Celebrate Juneteenth with books for young people by Indiana authors - Indiana State LibraryIndiana State Library. Juneteenth, which takes place on June 19 annually, celebrates the implementation of the Emancipation Proclamation across the United States. While all enslaved people in the Confederate States were declared to be legally free on January 1, 1863, in practice many slaves in western states were not free until years later.

On June 19, 1865, enslaved African Americans in Texas were finally made free by executive decree. Black Children's Books and Authors. Everybody deserves a good book. Classroom Library Assessment: How Culturally Responsive is Your Library? Teachers, let’s talk about a popular topic across education blogs and Pinterest: the classroom library. APIA Biography Project. Decolonizing The Music Room - Home. Contemporary Living for Book Loving Families. Crowd Sourced Racist Songs compiled by Martin Urbach <> - Google Sheets.

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Windows, Mirrors, Sliding Glass Doors, and Maps - Bookology Magazine. Ibby. The International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) is a non-profit organization which represents an international network of people from all over the world who are committed to bringing books and children together. IBBY is an non-profit organisation that was founded in Zurich, Switzerland in 1953.

Today, it is composed of 81 National Sections all over the world. 10 Quick Ways to Analyze Racism and Sexism Handout.