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Antiracist Pedagogy Resources

This guide aims to help instructors find and integrate antiracist materials into their courses and to explore antiracist frames of pedagogy.

What is antiracism?

The history of antiracist movements and their relationship to critical pedagogy is lengthy and complex, and the definition is not uncontroversial. You can begin to explore this complexity using the resources on this page. 

Remember that inclusion does not equal antiracism:

While there is certainly overlap between inclusive teaching practices and anti-racist pedagogies, they are not interchangeable. Inclusive teaching practices do not always address systemic inequality, nor do they automatically encompass the healing, decolonization, and justice-oriented work of anti-racist teaching practices. (Columbia Center for Teaching and Learning, "Anti-Racist Pedagogy in Action: First Steps")