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Microaggressions look different when we’re working remotely. An Open Letter to a Parent Afraid of Anti-Racist Education. Microaggressions look different when we’re working remotely. Race and Ethnicity terminology - June 2020. Education in Movement Spaces Standing Rock to Chicago Freedom Square : Alayna Eagle Shield, Django Paris, Rae Paris, Timothy San Pedro. BIG-IP logout page. Whiteness resources and links. Beyond the KKK: Understanding White Supremacy as a System of Power. 100 Must-Read Classics by People of Color. Classic literature can teach us so much about the past—how people lived, what they thought, and what they wanted to change.

100 Must-Read Classics by People of Color

But the literary canon tends to be dominated by white men. What is systemic racism? Kids’ questions answered. News BBC News Navigation Sections Previous Next Media player.

What is systemic racism? Kids’ questions answered

Protests, Policing, and Race. Administration and support services. Anti-Racist Resource Guide. What is a microaggression and how do you avoid them? Twitter. Organising an event: a toolkit. This toolkit is designed to be a starting point for event organisers.

Organising an event: a toolkit

Whether you are part of a grassroots organisation putting together an event as a volunteer, or if you work for an organisation where this is part of your paid work, you will want to ensure that your event is high quality, represents the people and the issues that are important to the sector you serve, and that you are not consciously or unconsciously doing things that may perpetuate a narrow view of the world or that may exclude voices from typically marginalised groups being included in the programme. Not-racist v anti-racist: what’s the difference? - BBC Bitesize. The Production of Human Capital in Developed Countries: Evidence from 196 Randomized Field Experiments. NBER Working Paper No. 22130Issued in March 2016NBER Program(s):Children, Economics of Education, Labor Studies Randomized field experiments designed to better understand the production of human capital have increased exponentially over the past several decades.

The Production of Human Capital in Developed Countries: Evidence from 196 Randomized Field Experiments

BLM: Anti-racism a whole school approach – Ethical_Leader. The Issue: It is complex.Who owns the voice?

BLM: Anti-racism a whole school approach – Ethical_Leader

The Conversation: Twitter. Anti-racist education: Selected reading. Overview Recent events have highlighted a long since established need for educators to examine their commitment to anti-racist education.

Anti-racist education: Selected reading

This reading list gathers together resources, links and research to support educators with this learning journey. Whilst some of the articles and resources linked have been written or produced specifically in response to recent events, some are more general. Although anti-racism as a term is used in a range of ways, it is used here simply according to its dictionary definition – “the policy or practice of opposing racism and promoting racial tolerance” – and as such, this reading list includes a range of areas which teachers may wish to consider.

The views within linked articles and resources do not necessarily represent those of the Chartered College, and we are not responsible for the content of any external links. Books to read The links below are typically to Hive, except where they did not have any editions / formats in stock at the time of writing. Twitter. Why Talking to a ‘person of colour’ About Race Has Changed Me – Letters from a former student – Old Primary Head. * This blog was inspired by Shalana Serafina Bharath as emails between us developed my thinking over the course of a few weeks.

Why Talking to a ‘person of colour’ About Race Has Changed Me – Letters from a former student – Old Primary Head

I have her consent to share our conversations. I sit at my school desk reading an email from a former student… I am writing to you today, following the recent death of George Floyd, an African American man who was murdered at the hands of a white police officer in Minnesota on the 25th of May 2020. For the first time in my existence, I have found a confidence within me to address the distressing issues that I have felt, and am still feeling as a person of colour, due to the triggering exposure that George Floyd’s death has created within the media. I pause… wondering where this letter will take me, immediately feeling out of my depth. Twitter. Build Your Stack: Antiracist Books for Your Curriculum Today - NCTE.

From the NCTE Committee Against Racism and Bias in the Teaching of English This post was written by Lorena Germán (chair), Kathleen Colantonio-Yurko, Felicia Hamilton, and Holly Spinelli, members of the NCTE Committee Against Racism and Bias in the Teaching of English.

Build Your Stack: Antiracist Books for Your Curriculum Today - NCTE

It is part of Build Your Stack,® an NCTE initiative focused exclusively on helping teachers build their book knowledge and their classroom libraries. Build Your Stack® provides a forum for contributors to share books from their classroom experience; inclusion in a blog post does not imply endorsement or promotion of specific books by NCTE. Two books I can recommend if you’re looking to deconstruct the structural racism in your school/MAT/organisation. Author, Layla F Saad, has compiled a non-exhaustive list of books by British authors on racism, white privilege, and white supremacy in Britain. If you're looking for further reading that is UK-specific □□

(144) reelblack. How to reform your school curriculum for true diversity. Educators from all backgrounds and contexts have been asking for guidance on curriculum reform in the light of recent events.

How to reform your school curriculum for true diversity

Bennie Kara sets out some key principles The killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, the realisation that black, Asian, and minority ethnic people are more likely to die of Covid-19 and the global response to systemic racism mean that, quite rightly, questions are being asked as to how the curriculum in the UK can be improved for the greater good. Transforming Research Methods in the Social Sciences. How to reform your school curriculum for true diversity. Twitter. 'We needs to keep having open conversations about race' In the past fortnight, since the murder of George Floyd, there have been many discussions about race, discrimination, education, and the urgent need for re-education.

'We needs to keep having open conversations about race'

This shocking injustice, emblematic of countless others, has given me pause to examine my own prejudices and to do something about the huge gaps in my education on race. If you’re a white person – even more so if you’re white, British and your close circle of loved ones are also white – it might be convenient to think that racism is an American problem; to quietly believe that the UK used to have swathes of swaggering racist culture, but all of that’s been sorted out now.

The Missing Link: Early Empire and ‘Decolonising’ the Curriculum – Made by History. The Thinking: If March – June 2020 was a similarity and difference enquiry and we were to play the ‘generalisation game’ with regards to our experiences of lockdown learning arguably we could safely say we have all been spending a lot of time with our screens.

Whilst being admonished for my own increased screen time I have noticed with interest that in the media and twitter debates surrounding the ‘decolonising of the curriculum’ have appeared with frequency including amongst the history teacher community on twitter. In our community of history teachers, we have a very strong dedication to discussion and improvement. 12 Racial Justice Educators Offering Anti-Racism Resources. When it comes to being an ally to the Black community right now, signing petitions, donating, and circulating resources with family and friends is a start. But the work can't and shouldn't end there. National Literacy Trust. We Can’t Just Go Back to “Normal” — SAGE Publishing.

In the wake of George Floyd’s murder, protests across the globe are amplifying deep-seated issues on structural racism and calling for society to finally engage in critical conversations about racial inequality. While many might find these conversations uncomfortable or not know how to start, research from the social and behavioral sciences can help. We’ve compiled a list of freely accessible, research-based resources on the importance of these discussions, best practices for carrying them out, as well as tools you can use to initiate discussing racism and police brutality with your students. In higher education specifically, there are significant inequalities that prevent scholars of color from obtaining the same education as their white classmates. According to a National Science Foundation report on U.S. doctorate recipients, only 2,963 PhD recipients in 2017 were black or African American, compared to 28,394 that were white (National Science Foundation, 2018).

Dr. Anti-racism resources for white people. Why Black Lives Matter in education, and beyond.