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How to Start Talking About Race in the Early Elementary Classroom

The Article “How to Start Talking About Race in the Early Elementary Classroom” explains different methods for bringing up topics of bias and prejudice racially at an early age so kids better understand what is happening and are prevented from being biased or prejudiced themselves. They mentioned teachers having books with all different races experiencing normal everyday childhood activities. Students […]

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Four Ways Teachers Can Reduce Implicit Bias

This article explains four ways teachers specifically can reduce implicit biases in school. This article speaks less about the actual school curriculum and more about the different ways outside of the content of the class that can help kids have less implicit bias and prejudice. Teachers recognizing their own biases first is the first important step. The realization that we […]

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“Untamed” by Glennon Doyle Book Review

Hi, I am Georgia. I am reading the book “Untamed” by Glennon Doyle, a memoir about finding your inner self and not conforming to societal standards. Doyle has insightful claims she supports with stories and examples from her own life. She empowers others to live their best life and best self while respecting others opinions and identities, no matter what […]

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How can racial bias and prejudices be prevented by teaching them in a school curriculum? At what age would this be most beneficial?

An incident occurred in a small town, Burlington, Wisconsin. A young teacher was being asked by her students about the shooting of Jacob Blake, a young black man a few towns over. She turned it into a week-long lesson that was unbiased asking important questions like “how can we dismantle systemic racism,” and “what is the black lives matter movement?” […]

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