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Black Lives Matter: Anti-Racist Curriculum in Education and Human Development

Introduction

Black Lives Matter.

Your librarian designed this online guide to support developing an anti-racist curriculum for the School of Education and Human Development. These issues should not be new to us as a school. As current and future educators, administrators, policymakers, clinicians, counselors, and researchers we see the damage caused by systemic racism and oppression EVERY DAY in our work. It is our duty to take action, combat white supremacy, and advocate for our Black peers, students, patients, and community members.

The resources provided are mapped to our school's program pathways. Navigate using the menu tabs to explore resources to incorporate in your courses. As always, connect with your librarian for additional resources and to provide feedback!

 

Dr. Kendi's TED Talk, The Difference Between Being "Not Racist" and Antiracist