Just, Equitable, and Inclusive Education Resources

 

The College of Education is committed to anti-racist teaching and learning.  We are committed to dismantling racist polices, practice and ideas that influence schools, teachers and children. One of our strategic goals is to provide a just, equitable, and inclusive education . To that end, we have curated resources that encourage understanding the history behind and the current impact of systemic racism and oppression.  As a college, we call upon our faculty, staff, students and community members to walk this journey with us and become part of the solution through awareness, advocacy and allyship.  

Anti-Racism

 

Being Anti-Racist: a conscious decision to make frequent, consistent, equitable choices daily.

 

Articles

Anti-Racist Worksheets and GuidesPDF File

Inside Higher Ed: Questions all institutions should answer about race

Layla F Saad's Anti-Racist Reading List

NEA activists launch series of video “primers” for anti-racist white educators, NEA EdJustice

National Museum of African American History and Culture Releases “Talking About Race” Web Portal

Don’t talk about implicit bias without talking about structural racism

Talking about race

"7 Ways Non-Black People of Color Perpetuate Anti-Blackness:"

"People of color, we need to address our own anti-Blackness and how we may be perpetuating injustice:"

 

Books

“Race Matters,” Dr. Cornel West

Anti-Racist Reading List

Ibram X. Kendi's Anti-Racist Reading List

How Racism Takes Place by George Lipsitz

 

Video / Audio

Brené Brown with Ibram X. Kendi  on How to Be an Antiracist Podcast

The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond

A brief video explains structural racism and oppression

 

Resource Guide

Scaffolded Anti-Racist Resources & Curriculum

Anti-Oppression LibGuide: Anti-racist resources

Anti-racism resources for white people

Anti-Racism Resource list from Art Equity

Racial Equity Tools

Anti-Racism Resources for all ages

Diversity Activities and Ice BreakersPDF File Opens in new window

 

Training

Diversity and Resiliency Institute: Antiracist TrainingOpens in new window (Registration Opens 7/17/2020)

 

Podcasts

Know Justice Know Peace End Racism Now- Educate 8:46Opens in new window

 

Websites

CSU Toolkit for Activation, Encouraging, and Instigating Teachers for Equity and InclusionOpens in new window

Abolitionist Teaching Network founded by Dr. Bettina Love (Includes resources and training opportunities)Opens in new window

 

 

Art and Activism

 

Art and video, and ideas to engage classrooms and communities to support racial and social justice

 

Articles

Transformational action through Art Build , NEA EdJustice

Share Art for Action , NEA EdJustice

 

Video / Audio

Grim – Do You Hear Us? (VIDEO) , NEA YouTube Channel

Marley Dias talks Institutional Racism (VIDEO) , NEA YouTube Channel

 

 

Resources for Teachers

 

Check out resources to help facilitate conversations about race, including classroom appropriate lesson plans, guides on how to have tough conversations with peers and students, and more.

 

Articles

Creating the Space to Talk about Race in Your School (PDF) PDF File , National Education Association

Classroom Management - Restorative Justice

Culturally Responsive Teaching

Decolonizing the Classroom

 

Books

Teaching for Black Lives , Edited By Dyan Watson, Jesse Hagopian, Wayne Au. Rethinking Schools.

Kendi - baby board book

 

Video / Audio

Discussing Race, Racism and Other Difficult Topics With Students , NEA and Teaching Tolerance Webinar

A webinar on abolitionist teaching

 

Resource Guides

Black Lives Matter at School , website of the national coalition organizing for racial justice in education.

Lessons by grade-level and educator resources , Washington DC Black Lives Matter

Classroom Activities, Circle Scripts, and Promoting Positive School Climate ,

Rochester City School District

Black Lives Matter Week of Action in Schools – Schedule and Resources ,

DC Area Educators for Social Justice

Free resources from the book “Teaching for Black Lives,” Rethinking Schools

Teaching Guide , Seattle Education Association

Classroom Lessons , Seattle Education Association

Practicing Inclusion; Icebreakers and Teambuilders for Diversity PDF File

 

 

 

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