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Anti-Racism Resources for Racial Literacy

Anti-Racism Resources for Racial Literacy


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What Does It Mean to Be Anti-Racist?

To create an equitable society, we as educators and parents must commit to making unbiased choices and being anti-racist in all aspects of our lives. To be anti-racist is to be actively fighting racism; a choice resulting from a conscious decision to make frequent, consistent, equitable decisions daily. As students nationwide have joined the fight for racial equity and justice, many educators are engaging students in discussing our nation’s fraught history of systemic racism. Racism is everyone’s problem, and we all have an integral role to play in stopping it.

AFT’s Share My Lesson designed this collection of free PreK-12 anti-racism resources to not only help educators foster meaningful conversations, but to create respectful, understanding and safe school environments for all students. Below, explore blogs, lesson plans, webinars and other anti-racism resources to engage students in being actively anti-racist and help your community commit to anti-racist action. Find anti-racist educational resources covering topics like:

  • Promoting racial literacy
  • Analyzing systems of oppression
  • Building culturally responsive and anti-racist classrooms
Did You Know: Highlighting Disparities in Education

While 54% of students today are of-color, only 18% of teachers are of-color. Learn more about the shortage of teachers of color and how to address institutional racism in education by reading this blog by Share My Lesson partner Digital Promise.

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