Begin and Continue Your Journey. 

Listen, Learn, & Grow.

Find Ideas & Inspiration.

How to have conversations with colleagues and students. 
Find resources to advocate for an anti-racist curriculum.

Diversify the artists in your curriculum.

How to responsibly represent other cultures within the art room.

Note: The elements of art are centered on the Western aesthetic. We intentionally used these antiquated elements and re-framed them in a way to move art education forward in a new direction. We hope that we can begin to decenter White Supremacy Culture and advance art education toward equity, diversity, and inclusion through collective action.

Anti-Racist: a person who opposes racism and promotes racial tolerance.

Bias: favoring or showing prejudice towards certain people or ideas.

BIPOC: Black, Indigenous and People of Color. 

Cultural Appropriation: inappropriately and/or incorrectly using or taking advantage of, or claiming ownership and rights to use another culture's capital and patrimony; such as fashion, trends, iconography, traditional art, ceremonies, etc.

False Narrative: a story that you perceive as being true but has little basis in reality, this perception can be due to insufficient or inaccurate information or to insufficient or inaccurate assessment.  

NBIPOC: Non-Black Indigenous People of Color

Person of color: a person who is not white or of European parentage.

Stereotype: a category or group that we put people into (thinking a certain type of person or thing acts/thinks/looks a certain way).