This free social story is a great tool for explaining what white privilege is to upper elementary students with or without disabilities. Social stories are often used for students diagnosed with ASD, but can be an effective resource for all students with disabilities!
Race, racism, and white privilege are explained in a story format with visual examples that involve students in the learning process. The mix of clipart and photography aid children in understanding the problems with racism and explains what the concept of white privilege means. I hope this product helps students gain a better understanding of race and white privilege to apply new ways they can be respectful and loving towards people of diverse races and cultures.
Want more social stories addressing social issues? Check out the "What is Racism?" social story!
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