See Racism? Do Something. Here are Tips on How


Bystander Intervention

Teachers Intercepting Racism


As educators, we often become aware of racism and it is our duty to address it. Read “Stop Using The Coronavirus As An Excuse To Be Racist” to learn about the latest manifestations of racism.

ESL Teachers: Call for Advocacy


Please are on the lookout for racism and bias against some student groups. Such behaviors are widely reported and we all need to work on stopping it. Find more info here

Teachers: Stop Asking People Of Color To Explain Racism–Pick Up One Of These Books Instead


Most teachers have room to grow in this area. Here are some books that will assist in the quest for lifelong learning to reach all children

White people assume niceness is the answer to racial inequality. It’s no


Something to ponder. More here

What Is White Privilege, Really?


Good points to ponder for educators and all others. More here

How to Think about “Implicit Bias”


Many of us are not aware of it and yet, it impacts how we relate to others. More here

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