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Asian Americans, racism, and antiracism in the COVID Era TONIGHT 5/14, 8:30 pm ET

At once “model minorities” and “perpetual foreigners,” Asian Americans communities have long occupied an uncertain status in the landscape of race and racial justice in the US. The xenophobic framing of COVID crisis at the highest levels of US public…

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Choosing “good” picture books featuring diverse (BIPOC) characters video

Embrace Race’s April 28 live session, Choosing “good” picture books featuring Black, Indigenous and People of Color characters is now available as a video.  and read our guests’ how-to action guide posted on our website. The transcript and more resources…

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Choosing “good” picture books featuring Black and Indigenous people and People of Color Webinar, April 28, 2020

If you’re a parent who understands the importance of finding picture books that feature Black and Indigenous People and People of Color (BIPOC) — offering children, as Dr. Rudine Sims Bishop phrased it, “mirrors and windows” to the world —…

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What the COVID-19 Crisis Tells Us about Structural Racism webinar, April 16, 2020

“Even as COVID-19 leaves its mark across the length and breadth of the United States, we know that some communities are being hit harder than others. The overrepresentation of Black and Brown people among COVID victims in New York City…

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February 25, 2020, “In My Skin: Supporting Positive Racial Identity Development in Black Children.”

On February 25, 2020 at 8:30 pm ET, join a free, hour-long, online conversation with the EmbraceRace community and with Aisha White, Director of The Positive Racial Identity Development in Early Childhood program at the University of Pittsburgh. (P.R.I.D.E. works…

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