Microaggressions Interrupted: Confronting Racism by Addressing Microaggressions

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The Fancy Counselor
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Grade Levels
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
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25 pages
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Dear Teacher and Counselor Friends,

Social justice education. Teach your students and staff about microaggressions and antiracist work. At the heart of the lesson is research. Please review the lesson plan and activities to determine best practices for your audience. Microaggressions can be a sensitive topic for many. Please use professional judgement in your delivery and sensitivity to the topic and your audience.

It can be taught in 1-3 parts, but 3 days is recommended

If teaching in 2 days, stop after letter C on day 1. Then complete the rest of the lesson on day 2.

If teaching in 3 days, use the following guide

Day 1- Stop after letter B of the whole group discussion.

Day 2-Stop after letter D of the whole group discussion.

Day 3-Complete the rest of the lesson.

*This lesson is also an excellent background knowledge builder for students in very homogenous communities who aren’t afforded the opportunities to interact with, know, and learn from people from diverse backgrounds.

If you like this resource you will also love these social justice action teaching resources about diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Why You Need This Resource

  • Low Prep!
  • Multiple Uses
  • Relevant to current events
  • Great alternate way to teach and support Black History and social justice learning
  • Deepen student abd staff understanding of the need for social justice education

Included are:

  • Group activities
  • lesson plan with suggested implementation
  • •2 Reflection pages that link the text to global citizenship
  • •Assessment worksheets

  • This resource is a great precursor to any social justice work you may be doing in your educational spaces. It gives children a baseline of knowledge for why we teach Black history.
  • I recommend using it at the beginning of any unit or curriculum on BIPOC.

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TheFancyCounselor

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