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Let's Talk About Race

Let's Talk About Race

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Professors Fine and Johnson draw upon their own insight born from decades of conversations and encourage readers to begin talking about race. It's likely intended for children, but would be great for convo with middle graders and even teens as they attempt to cross racial lines and break down barriers. This book was much more in depth with diversity than the first as it uses real life experiences to emphasize the realities of diversity. This can help children understand that although we may look different from one another, but underneath our skin, we are all the same. All lives cannot matter until Black Lives Matter because the world is not created equal and Black lives are still disproportionately and severely impacted among people of colour, globally but particularly in the UK, US and Europe within White dominant societies.

And although race may be not always easy for educators to talk about, this book helps bridge that gap.I have been wanting to read this book with my students forever and I am so glad I finally was able to do that. We, the fellows, students and staff of Wolfson College Cambridge, recognise the ongoing prejudices and challenges that are faced by Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) members of our College. UCL’s Let’s talk about Race campaign focuses on race education, increasing reporting of racial harassment and developing anti-racist approaches to change. Author/narrator Julius Lester addresses his readers and explores the concept of racism and how people view and treat each other. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products.

The Library Services team have pulled to a reading list covering Race, Policy-making and Practicing Antiracism in Higher Education, BAME Experiences in Higher Education, Anti-Racism and Wellbeing, Whiteness and Privilege and other resources. Former University of Massachusetts professor Julius Lester presents a beautifully illustrated book about our lives and the stories we tell.Fine, professor emerita at Simmons University, provides a critical framework for conversations about race. Here you'll find links and information about talks, podcasts, and other College activity all intended to drive positive change and greater understanding of race and racism.

In this acclaimed book, the author of the Newbery Honor Book To Be a Slave shares his own story as he explores what makes each of us special.

I hope that this updated guide will get Britain talking about race and ethnicity, discrimination, diversity and inclusion in an environment of ‘uncomfortable confidence and respect and spark many new conversations which would not have happened otherwise.



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