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4 Steps to Becoming a Culturally Responsive Teacher

Leticia Skae changed both her approach to teaching and the content of the curriculum to reach and engage her students, steps which resulted in “incredible growth on [the students’] state mandated end-of-course exams.”  To read her complete article, click here….

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Grounds for Sculpture events

Grounds for Sculpture (GFS) (80 Sculptors Way, Hamilton, NJ 08619 is present programs centered on their Joyce J. Scott: Harriet Tubman and Other Truths exhibition. Sunday, January 14 at 3:00 pm (Snow Date: January 28), they are screening Raoul Peck’s I…

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9 Essential Reads for Your Racial Justice Conversations by Zenobia Jeffries

Looking for race-related books to begin your 2018 reading?  YES! Magazine racial justice associate editor,  Zenobia Jeffries, recommends the titles in her article.  Click here to read about her recommendations.

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READING PICTURE BOOKS WITH CHILDREN THROUGH A RACE-CONSCIOUS LENS, December 19, 2017

An EmbraceRace Community Conversation and Q&A with Hannah Gómez and Megan Dowd Lambert REGISTER TO JOIN this free, online, community conversation happening this coming Tuesday, December 19th, at 5:30 pm PT/ 8:30 pm ET.  Why We Gather. This EmbraceRace webinar will introduce participants to…

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#IndigenousReads by Indigenous Writers: A Children’s Reading List

A brief list of books by indigenous writers for the youngest children presenting contemporary indigenous people without stereotypes.  To see the annotated list, click here.

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