Tag: Anti-racism Education

  • Between Empty Class and Corona Education

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    Connecting Individual Actions to Systematic Change: An Interview with Professor Rich Milner

    Education thought leader and Vanderbilt University Professor Rich Milner in conversation with XQ’s Hana Beach.

  • Evolving the Common App: The First Step Toward Anti-Racist College Admissions

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    Evolving the Common App: The First Step Toward Anti-Racist College Admissions

    The Common App is transforming and building a college admissions process that’s equitable for all. Here’s how.

  • Exam at school with student's taking educational admission test in class, thinking hard, writing answer in university classroom, education and world literacy day concept

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    My Journey as a Black Teacher in America

    This former teacher of color shares his experiences before ultimately leaving the profession. His reflection offers insights on the value of equity and empathy that we hope we hope will inspire and inform all educators.

  • Mauro Bautista

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    Mauro Bautista

  • Darian Wigfall

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    Darian Wigfall

  • A Black Man Reflects on Sonia Lowman’s film Black Boys

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    A Black Man Reflects on Sonia Lowman’s film Black Boys

    The film ‘Black Boys’ paints a picture of the racial inequities that affect Black men in our country. Here’s one man’s reflection on the film.

  • Teachers: It’s Time To Graduate From Diversity And Move Closer To Inclusion And Equity

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    Teachers: It’s Time To Graduate From Diversity And Move Closer To Inclusion And Equity

    Diversity and representation gaps in our schools affect students across the country. How do we create space for BIPOC voices to be heard?

  • It’s Time to Start Decolonizing America’s History Textbooks

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    It’s Time to Start Decolonizing America’s History Textbooks

    America’s history is complex, contradictory, confusing, and often quite ugly. However, we choose to teach a simplified, incomplete, and whitewashed version to our young people and throughout higher education. It’s time to change that.

  • But Can We Work Together, Though? A Black Woman and a White Woman Get Real

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    But Can We Work Together, Though? A Black Woman and a White Woman Get Real

    Nicole and Suzanne's podcast 'But Can We Work Together, Though?' examines how white and black women can work together on the biggest social justice issues today.

  • Inspirational Black Educators to Follow on Twitter

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    Inspirational Black Educators to Follow on Twitter

    As allys, we must commit to improving ourselves and to amplifying the voices of Black educators. Here are 9 voices you should be listening to.

  • 5 Resources to Address Racial and Systemic Inequities in Education

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    5 Resources to Address Racial and Systemic Inequities in Education

    Systemic racism exists in our education system. Here are resources for educators to abolish inequities to help every student succeed.

  • Strategies for White Educators Who Seek to Be Anti-Racist

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    Strategies for White Educators Who Seek to Be Anti-Racist

    Learn how white educators can begin decolonizing education in their daily work to put anti-racist ideas into practice.

  • What Is Juneteenth and Why Is It Important?

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    What Is Juneteenth and Why Is It Important?

    Juneteenth is an important milestone in American culture. It represents resistance, resilience, and Black Joy. Here's why it matters.

  • Step outside the Black History Canon This Juneteenth

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    Step outside the Black History Canon This Juneteenth

    Our history books haven't shared the full narrative when it comes to Black History. Here are a few things you should learn about this Juneteenth.

  • 5 Resources to Abolish Systemic Racism Through Education

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    5 Resources to Abolish Systemic Racism Through Education

    Systemic racism exists in our education system. Here are resources for educators to abolish inequities to help every student succeed.

  • Long before Brown v. Board of Ed, there was this landmark case in California

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    Long before Brown v. Board of Ed, there was this landmark case in California

    The history of school desegregation is more complicated than you might think. Here's the first successful case of school desegregation in California.

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