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Conference Links to Explore

Biased Discipline at My School

Bellevue Girl Bullied at School Asks for Help

Houston Student Kicked out of her High School for Sitting During the Pledge

Muslim Teen Ahmed Mohamed Creates Clock, Shows Teachers, Gets Arrested

Latino Teachers: Kids are Really Stressing Over Donald Trump

LGBTQ Kids of Color are More Likely to be Disciplined at School

Why are all the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?

 

Citations

Helms, J. E. (1992). A race is a nice thing to have: A guide to being a White person or understanding the White persons in your life. Topeka, KS: Content Communications.

 

Howard, G. (2012). White teachers in multicultural education. In J. Banks (Ed.), Encyclopedia of diversity in education (pp. 2310-2313). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

WPC 19 Grand Rapids, Michigan Wednesday April 4 - Satruday April 7, 2018

CRREW presented again at WPC this year -- click the images below to explore, make copies, and use the resources from our work below:

Racial Identity Development Gap slide
Five stages of racial/cultural development -- people of color
Six stages of racial/cultural development-- whites
Table Titles for the workshop

Table Titles

This link will take you to a file that you can use to lead a similar workshop with your PLN.

21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge
Social Justice Standards from Teaching Tolerance
Contents for the Social Justice standards
Teaching Tolerance
Teaching Against Trumpism

We're just going to leave this right here...

Talking to Kids About Protest: 5 Things I Want My Kids to Know

With the school year coming up here is a resource from San Francisco Unified School District to help teach #BlackLivesMatter in your classrooms.

goodreads logo links to Ryan Dalton's high school classroom library diverse booklist

High school teacher, Ryan Dalton, created an Amazon wishlist for his new classroom that would "counter the imperialist, white-supremacist, capitalist, patriarchal American perspective."  He moved the list over to Good Reads so it's publically accessible.  Check it out -- and consider giving him a follow on Twitter, too!

Ryan Dalton, @capetownbrown on Twitter