6 Ways Well-Intentioned People Whitesplain Racism (And Why They Need to Stop)

If you don’t believe whitesplaining is wrong, then you’re missing how the motivation behind whitesplaining is influenced by white supremacy. So let’s unpack the most common reasons why whitesplaining happens, to examine why it’s so misguided.

Source: 6 Ways Well-Intentioned People Whitesplain Racism (And Why They Need to Stop)

415project – Stereotype and Stereotype Threat

Deconstructing Stereotype / Stereotype Threat: Moving Towards Being a More Culturally Responsive Teacher

 

Here are a series of resources that can quickly be shaped into mentoring activities to enhance understandings about the ways that stereotype and stereotype threat create inequities in the classroom. The assumption made in these materials is that we all maintain stereotypes to a certain degree, and that we must continually work to demythologize our lens to promote social justice in the classroom.

Source: 415project – Stereotype and Stereotype Threat

Race/Related

 

 

The great-grandfather of Rochell Sanders Prater was a slave sold by Jesuit priests to help keep Georgetown University afloat. She shared family photos, including one of her grandmother’s house. Her father is in the photo at right, wearing glasses. Andrew Spear for The New York Times.

 

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