What Does it Mean to be Anti-Racist? [web resource] [video]
Anti-racism is a term that’s been around for awhile but has been appearing more in conversations lately. It’s the idea that people of all races, but especially white people, need to step up when they see explicit or structural racism. So, what are you doing in your schools or communities to combat racism? Or what do you want to do?
What Does it Mean to be Anti-Racist?
- View or download the Educator Guide: What Does it Mean to be Anti-Racist?
- Have your students watch the video and respond to the prompt on KQED Learn.
Discussion prompts provided by Above the Noise videos give students a structured way to engage in critical discussion on a range of topics – from vaping to video games, online privacy to climate change. We’ve even included the Common Core-aligned lesson plans and rubrics to get you started.
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