Examples of curricula and suggested pedagogy for anti-racism training geared toward teachers and other adults in leadership and/or parenting roles.
Tools to help school communities talk about race and racism, as well as practices for pursuing racial justice.
Practical, narrative-based advice about the opportunities and challenges of engaging in anti-racism training.
the teaching for social justice series
Audience: Teacher educators, K–12 teachers and administrators, college/university faculty and administrators, community activists, public libraries, and education scholars; courses on diversity, race and education, social justice, sociology of education, ethnic studies, social psychology, human development, social work.
T. Gertrude Jenkins
Sarah Moss Yanuck
This book makes a unique contribution to the discussion about antiracism training for schools and communities. In Rise for Racial Justice: How to Talk About Race with Schools and Communities, the authors draw on the experiences of antiracism facilitators as they teach about race, racism, and racial justice. This book shares curricula, pedagogical strategies, tools, and practices that support the learning and engagement of educators and youth learners.
is a Professor of International and Multicultural Education at the University of San Francisco.
Kimberly Williams Brown
is an assistant professor of Education at Vassar College.
is an assistant professor of education at Utica College.