Teaching for Justice and Belonging: A Journey for Educators and Parents (Paperback)
Create a classroom with a culture of true belonging, liberation, and justice for all
Teaching for Justice and Belonging: A Journey for Educators & Parents provides a practical and powerful blueprint to unrooting racism in the educational setting. The book is an easy-to-understand guide designed to cultivate an educational experience that inspires a culture of true belonging, liberation, and justice for all.
Relying on case studies, thorough research, and deeply personal and enlightening experiences drawn from the lives of the authors themselves, Teaching for Justice and Belonging also offers:
- Demonstrations of how to explore personal and collective racial identity to learn more about oneself and others
- Support for making systemic change within the spheres of influence of educators and parents
- Real testimonials and stories to guide readers on their own healthy anti-racism journeys
A central piece of any anti-racism roadmap, this book is perfect for K-12 educators, administrators, and teacher leaders. It will also earn a place in the bookshelves of pre-service teachers and parents interested in unlearning racism and encouraging diverse voices in the education system.