School resumes Monday, April 19 and opportunities for in-person instruction will be available for students by educators who wish to instruct in-person, and online for other students. All grades remote learning if not attending in-person.

Community Cafe Resources

We will archive our past presentation here including recordings.

October 2020 “Why talk about race?”

Community Cafe on Race 10-20-20

March 2021 “The Role of Race in an Inclusive Classrooom”

Recording

Community Cafe 3-2-20

Resources for Community Cafe:  The role of race in an inclusive classroom

Belonging Thorough a Culture of Dignity (book): https://bookshop.org/books/belonging-through-a-culture-of-dignity-the-keys-to-successful-equity-implementation/9781950089024

Portal on the importance of and strategies for culturally-responsive pedagogy

White Washing of Asian Students

What educators can do in 100 days (article): https://www.learningforjustice.org/magazine/what-educators-can-do-in-100-days

Ethnic and racial minorities & socioeconomic status:

https://www.apa.org/pi/ses/resources/publications/minorities

Claiming to not see race leads to inequity in education (article):

https://www.edweek.org/teaching-learning/opinion-claiming-to-not-see-race-leads-to-inequity-in-education/2020/02

If you don’t see race, what did you miss? (podcast):

https://www.bamradionetwork.com/track/if-you-dont-see-race-what-did-you-miss/

Learning for Justice (online magazine and teacher resources):

https://www.learningforjustice.org/magazine/our-new-name-learning-for-justice

Resources for social justice and equity-focused educators (resource list):

https://www.commonsense.org/education/articles/social-and-cultural-literacy-resources-for-classrooms

Practices for inclusive classrooms: https://www.exceptionalchild.com/best-practices-inclusive-classrooms/

Family Resources Centering Race, Justice and Equity

https://www.tcsatl.org/blog/family-resources-centering-race-justice-equity/

29 Books for Kids About Racism, Inequality & Injustice in America

https://www.google.com/amp/s/redtri.com/books-for-kids-about-racism-inequality-justice/amp/

This Author Compiled the Ultimate List of Diverse Reads for Teens & Tweens

https://redtri.com/melissa-hart-better-with-books-reading-with-tweens-and-teens/

27 Kids Books That Feature Diverse Characters

https://redtri.com/diverse-kids-books/

10 Ways Parents Can Fight for Social Justice, Today & Every Day

https://www.google.com/amp/s/redtri.com/strategies-for-social-justice-parenting/amp/

Race, Class, and Parenting: 7 Strategies for Raising Sensitive, Confident and Loving Kids

https://www.amazon.com/Race-Class-Parenting-Strategies-Sensitive-ebook/dp/B075SLLZ2W/ref=nodl_?tag=?tag=redtric-20

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