The commitment to becoming an antiracist educator is not something you will fulfill in a semester or even in an entire school year. Creating antiracist classrooms filled with antiracist students is long haul work. With this in mind, you can confidently begin tailoring a plan that will allow you to transform your classroom into a safe, equitable, and aware learning space that values the culture, the voices, and beliefs of all students. But, teaching students to become antiracist means we are guiding them through far more than simply learning to embrace new perspectives. We are leading them on a journey through which they will be able to identify their own role in working to dismantle all forms of racism. The resources here will help you help students to navigate that journey.


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