antiracism

Conference Workshop: The Power of Antiracist Teaching with The Antiracism Academy

The purpose of this session is to give art educators real life examples of what ABAR (Anti-Bias, Anti-Racist) curriculum and instruction looks like within the art classroom…

Conference Workshop: The ABAR Art Classroom with Paula Liz

The purpose of this session is to give art educators real life examples of what ABAR (Anti-Bias, Anti-Racist) curriculum and instruction looks like within the art classroom…

Conference Workshop: The Road to Equity with Kayren Gray

To set all students up for success, leaders must begin a conversation to celebrate and recognize diversity, nurture a culture of inclusion, and understand equity in education…

Conference Workshop: Developing the Next Generation of Little Allies with Julie

In this highly collaborative session, inclusive leadership speaker and trainer Julie Kratz will share stories, ideas, and research from her new children’s book, Little Allies…

Conference Workshop: Intersectionality and Starbucks with Daniela

The cultural and racial landscape of the world has changed. While it’s an adjustment for many we can provide an atmosphere that will create a path of understanding and growth…

Conference Workshop: The Conversation Continues with Leroy Hibbert

The cultural and racial landscape of the world has changed. While it’s an adjustment for many we can provide an atmosphere that will create a path of understanding and growth…

Ep 9: Confronting Colonialism and its Consequences with We Slaves of Suriname

Rudy, Arantxa, Gilberto and Minke all participated in the Xenolearn Book Club Fundraiser for Nederland Wordt Beter. Together, we read “We Slaven van Suriname” (We Slaves of Suriname) by Anton de Kom. De Kom’s book is an account of decolonial history, and reveals the experience of the oppressed across the Caribbean and adds to our understanding of struggles against slavery, imperialism and racism…

Ep 8: Learning Antiracism and Cultural Literacy with Leroy Hibbert

Leroy is an antiracism and cultural literacy educator based in London, Ontario, Canada. He joins us on this episode of The Xenolearn Podcast to discuss his work addressing racial inequalities, challenging stereotypes, and teaching cross-cultural understanding. With compassion and kindness, Leroy explains that it is ok to recognize physical differences, including skin colour…

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