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Partnership with Carleton University's Childhood & Youth Studies Students (2022)
Urban Communities Cohort professors, teacher candidates, and alumni are participating in a collaborative anti-racism initiative with Carleton University's Childhood and Youth Studies students, led by Dr. Leila Angod. In an effort to develop anti-racism classroom resources, UCC teacher candidates and alumni have shared their insights around areas of need by participating in a survey and attending a knowledge-sharing session. Carleton students in a third-year course called Race, Childhood, and Youth used critical approaches to race and anti-racism to develop the selected resources that are shared below. Additional resources coming soon!
These materials are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. When sharing and remixing these materials to fit your classroom needs, please cite the authors.
Why We Wear Orange - Infographic (A. Monks)
Microaggressions in the Classroom - Youth Workshop for Grades 9 -12 by (M. Adai)