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Build Your Antiracist Toolkit

Here’s the place to expand your understanding of antiracism and find practical ways to apply it in your curriculum and teaching practice. We’ll keep adding, so keep coming back.

You may be wondering what antiracist education means exactly. Here’s what the National Museum of African American History and Culture has to say about it: “Antiracist education is a theory of learning and action to help us do the important work of dismantling racism in schools. It explicitly highlights, critiques, and challenges institutional racism. It addresses how racist beliefs and ideologies structure one-on-one interactions and personal relationships. It examines and challenges how institutions support and maintain disadvantages and advantages along racial lines.” CARE expands on this definition by examining how curriculum materials support or counter racism.