Because we're all still learning.
Between the World and Me
Other People's Children: Conflict in the Classroom
Everyday Antiracism: Getting Real About Race in School
Teaching for Black Lives
"Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man" with Emmanuel Acho is a safe place to have the uncomfortable conversations about race that many people have never been able to have.
"Microagressions in the Classroom," produced by Dr. Yolanda Flores Niemann, is a valuable resource and training tool for teachers.
Professor emeritus of history Jim Stewart wants to explain white supremacy. To do that, he created the video series “Jim Stewart’s Historical Tonic for Fragile White Folks.”
“I am from here,” a 30-minute instructional film directed and produced by Bess O’Brien, seeks to help educators understand the experiences of students of color as they navigate through the public education system.
Doing Our Work is a monthly series sponsored by the Greensboro Community City Working Group and Guilford Anti-Racism Alliance that brings in local experts to present and lead dialogue on concepts to help residents develop a firmer understanding of the roots and nature of racial inequity, and what we can do about it together.
Teaching Hard History begins with the long and brutal legacy of chattel slavery and reaches through the victories of and violent responses to the civil rights movement to the present day. From Teaching Tolerance and host Dr. Hasan Kwame Jeffries, Teaching Hard History brings us the lessons we should have learned in school through the voices of leading scholars and educators.
Code Switch is hosted by journalists of color, a podcast that tackles the subject of race head-on. They explore how it impacts every part of society — from politics and pop culture to history, sports and everything in between. This podcast makes ALL OF US part of the conversation — because we're all part of the story.
In this episode of "How to Talk to Kids about Everything," Dr. Margaret Hagerman shares her findings about how white parents shape the racial philosophies of their white children. She offers insights into the kids’ side of the conversation, with anecdotes from kids who are raised to talk about race and those who are raised with a so-called “colorblind” philosophy.