SEL as a Lever for Equity: 5-Part Webinar Series from CASEL

SEL as a Lever for Equity: 5-Part Webinar Series from CASEL

The Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL) launched a five-part webinar series titled SEL as a Lever for Equity. The series focuses on prioritizing equity and racial...

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Raising Antiracist Kids: 9 Steps from Ibram X. Kendi

Raising Antiracist Kids: 9 Steps from Ibram X. Kendi

The Black Lives Matter movement has highlighted the importance of proactively raising children who understand racism, discrimination, and what it means to be anti-racist. Families of all backgrounds have...

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21 Anti-Racism Videos to Share with Children

21 Anti-Racism Videos to Share with Children

If you’re looking for a starting point for conversations about anti-racism with your children or students, WeAreTeachers has put together a helpful library of 21 videos on anti-racism. Some...

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Conscious Discipline 20 Years

Supporting Racial Equity: Essential Next Steps for Conscious Discipline

Recently we shared a public statement about racism, injustice and inequity and outlined our organizational commitment. This follow-up message is the first of many public updates we will provide...

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Conscious Discipline’s Commitment to the Advancement of Racial Equity

Without exception, Black lives matter. The deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade and countless others are painful reminders that for many, safety is a luxury...

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Uplifting Youth Through Healthy Communication About Race

Creating the Space to Talk About Race in Your School

Discussions of racism and race typically are not part of school culture or curriculum. The National Education Association suggests that this is because “racism is so complex and contentious,...

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The Importance of Healthy Communication About Race Within Families

For parents, discussions about race and racism can be challenging. Still, it’s important to have conversations about this critical topic. The American Psychological Association (APA) explains that when you...

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