Understanding and Responding to Racism in the Classroom (K – Gr. 7)

This workshop was developed for school staff to increase awareness and understanding of what racism looks like and how it impacts children at school (K-7). The curriculum is a combination of current research and the findings of our own interviews with families across the lower mainland whose children have experienced racism in their classrooms.  Important concepts such as colour blind, micro aggression, white privilege and internalized bias will be explained and discussed in terms of their application to the school systems and relationships at school. Participants will leave feeling more confident in their ability to recognize and respond to both blatant racism and micro-aggression. Participants will also leave with a better understanding of how to become an ally themselves as well as how to teach children to do the same.

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Mon-Sat 9am - 4pm
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