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Here’s where you can find short courses, discussion guides, key definitions, and the CARE Principles.  They’re all helping your growth as an antiracist educator.

Watch Our Educator Web Series

  • Answer your most frequently asked questions about antiracist education
  • Help you build your antiracist educator team
  • Deepen your understanding of CARE’s Principles

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Watch Now! Standing on Solid Ground: An Introduction to CARE’s Antiracist Principles

What does it mean to be an antiracist educator? Join practitioners and scholars as we discuss CARE’s Antiracist Principles, a practical framework for aspiring antiracist educators.

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Watch Now! Is This Antiracist? And Other Common Questions

“Isn’t antiracism education political?” “I don’t work at a diverse school, is antiracism education necessary?” Engage in a conversation with practitioners and scholars to answer some of the most commonly asked questions about antiracism education.

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Watch Now! Gathering Your People: Working with Antiracist (and Not-So Antiracist) Educators

CARE’s vision of an antiracist future includes an antiracist teacher in every classroom. Join a discussion about how to lead educators who are at various levels of readiness to engage in antiracist practices. Dr. Sarah-SoonLing Blackburn, James Ford, Christie Nold, and Daniella Suárez-Boyd join Val Brown and talk about how to avoid getting stuck or leaving people behind.

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Watch Now! More than a Moment: Sustaining Antiracist Practices

Everyone has attended the district-wide diversity PD. Now what? Join Dr. Heidi Oliver-O’gilvie, Josh Parker, Dr. Rosa Perez-Isiah, Dr. Mica Pollock and Val Brown in an important conversation about how to move from compliance to change.

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