“ ‘Racist policy’ says exactly what the problem is and where the problem is. ‘Institutional racism’ and ‘structural racism’ and ‘systemic racism’ are redundant. Racism itself is institutional, structural, and systemic,” wrote Ibram X. Kendi in “How to Be an Antiracist.”
Join Jenny Frederick, Executive Director of the Poorvu Center, and Julie McGurk, Director of Faculty Teaching Initiatives, for an open faculty forum discussion about antiracist pedagogy.
Antiracist pedagogy resources
A reading list compiled by Andrea Aebersold, UC Irvine, Division of Teaching Excellence and Innovation - Resource on UC Irvine’s website.
A practical guide with steps instructors can take to implement antiracist approaches (Brown University, Harriet W. Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning) - Resource on Brown University’s website.
“How to build an anti-racist pedagogy in any discipline through instructor reflection, clear communication guidelines, and inquiry-based discussion.” An instructor’s guide with specific instructions as well as additional resources. - Resource on Packback website.
The Atlantic article by Pirette McKamey, June 2020. “What Anti-racist Teachers Do Differently” - Resource on The Atlantic website.
Antiracism resources for white people – a list that includes parenting, articles, books, podcasts, films, and more lists of resources - Resource on Google Drive.