Part of being an antiracist educator is calling out racism. Here are some guides to help you have those conversations with colleagues and students.

Conversations With Students

Resources to help you respond to racism in the classroom.

Facilitating Critical Conversations With Students
Speak Up at School Pocket Guide
NASPA: Safe Spaces and Brave Spaces
Responding to Racism in the Classroom
Talking to Kids About Race
10 tips for teaching and talking to kids about race
Critical consciousness: A key to student achievement
Why We Need Controversy In Our Classrooms
Cult of Pedagogy: The Big List of Class Discussion Strategies
SRI: School Reform Initiative Protocols
Let's talk about the concept of "safe space" by Shengxiao “Sole” Yu
Facing History and Ourselves: Fostering Civil Discourse
Teaching Tolerance: Civil Discourse in the Classroom
Institute for Educational Leadership: Courageous Conversation About Race Protocol
Handbook for Facilitating Difficult Conversations in the Classroom
Continuing Courageous Conversations Toolkit
Comparison-Dialogue-Debate Everyday Democracy v2
A Comparison of Dialogue and Debate
Copy of Compass Capture Sheet and New Dialogue Support Sheet Revised 2020
Courageous Conversations Compass and Dialogue Support Sheet
How To Talk About Race: Online Course
Copy of Tips for Facilitating Conversations About Race and Other Challenging Issues


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