This resource will help you discuss what anti-racism looks like with your students. As a part of It's Time to Talk Racism: 22 Days of Anti-Racist Resources for Teachers, this resource is a starting point to helping students learn about taking action and saying or doing something when they see racism happening.
Included in this resource:
- Teacher's guide to the lesson including discussion questions and possible norms
- Thinking guide: can you think of a time you've seen racism? - three different versions for different age groups
- What do you do? guide: helping students think about how they can respond to racism
- Speech bubble commitments for a bulletin board or wall display
Want to learn more about this anti-racism event? Check out the hashtag #itstimetotalkracism on IG.
This resource, once downloaded, is licensed to be used in one classroom.
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