Beyond Conversations About Race
A Guide for Discussions With Students, Teachers, and Communities
Written by a collective of brilliant authors, this essential work provokes respectful dialogue about race that catalyzes school-changing action. Learn how to talk about race in the classroom and discover actionable steps you can take toward promoting a safe, equitable environment for marginalized students and underserved communities.
How to talk about racism in schools and implement equitable classroom practices
Written by a collective of brilliant authors, this essential work provokes respectful dialogue about race that catalyzes school-changing action. The book masterfully weaves together an array of scenarios and discussions, and directly addresses challenging topics such as discomfort, violence, advocacy, bias, and responsibility. The authors call on their lived experiences and, most important, their work with tens of thousands of educators, leaders, and students to help all of us do better in our schools and communities.
Learn how to talk about race in the classroom and advocate for racial equity in schools:
- Recognize the presence of systemic racism in schools and understand why racism is such an uncomfortable topic for many.
- Use scenarios and effective discussion questions to encourage challenging conversations.
- Learn how to advocate for underserved communities and those who suffer under racism.
- Resist racial stereotypes and promote equity in the classroom.
- Take appropriate action based on challenging conversations.
- Ultimately develop classrooms, schools, and districts into safe, anti-racist educational strongholds and promote positive learning experiences for marginalized students.
Product Code: BKG035
Published By: Solution Tree