How to Survive a Difficult Conversation: Race Ahead

This article comes from a weekly (weekdays) series, raceAhead, produced by Ellen McGirt, @ellmcgirt, and distributed by FORTUNE. It is something I...

Doing Our Own Work: An Anti-Racism Seminar for White People

At this time in our nation, we are witnessing an alarming resurgence of white supremacy and state sanctioned violence. It is imperative that...

Critical Practices for Anti -Bias Education

This critical practices guide offers practical strategies for creating a space where academic and social-emotional goals are accomplished side by side. It also...

Social Justice Standards Teaching Tolerance Anti- Bias Framework

The Social Justice Standards are a set of anchor standards and age-appropriate learning outcomes divided into four domains—identity, diversity, justice and action (IDJA)....

Equity and Empowerment Lens (Racial Justice Focus)

A Lens leads us to think about issues in a new way; it can bring an idea into focus, or alternately, expand it...

Equity and Empowerment Lens – Multnomah County

The Equity and Empowerment Lens (with a racial justice focus) is a transformative quality improvement tool used to improve planning, decision-making, and resource...

Talking About Race and Privilege Lesson Plan for Middle and High School Students

To accommodate the diversity of school and teacher schedules, this lesson can be presented over multiple class periods or sessions. Teachers and others...

Lesson plan : Exploring Gender Stereotypes in Stories

This lesson allows children to look at one or more picture books that counter gender stereotypes. After discussion of the book, children will...

Lesson plan – Race and Poverty

In this lesson, students will learn that race is a factor often connected to poverty and that institutions can create obstacles for the...

Camp To Belong

Camp To Belong (CTB) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to reuniting brothers and sisters who have become separated in foster care through...

Disparity: An Analysis of the Historical, Political, and Funding Factors at the State Level Affecting Black Academic Agriculture

Analyzes the history of land grant institutions, examining disparities around the Morrill Acts of 1862 and 1890, as well as the Hatch-George Act...

Dismantaling Racism: White Supremacy Culture

Manifestations of White Supremacy Culture This piece on white supremacy culture is written by Tema Okun and builds on the work of many...