This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. Teachers will get a hand bringing conversations and lessons about anti-Asian racism into the classroom with a new resource guide released Tuesday. From there it provides strategies for addressing and advocating for an anti-oppressive learning environment, and plenty of resources for teachers and administration to keep the conversation going. Jason To, a teacher and one of eight co-authors of the guide, said this resource will give teachers an opportunity to add more critical thinking to their lesson plans.
My husband is Black and I am racist
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My approach to teaching did not start with me, but with my ancestors. On one occasion she walked past a classroom where the teacher was reading a book with the N-word in the title to a group of predominantly Black Caribbean students. My grandmother campaigned, successfully, for the removal of that book not only from the school but all local schools and even Manchester City Library. She was an early-activist and later became a councillor.
They are! But it also means that Africans are all over China now. Did you notice that the black guy in the commercial was African? Women, right?