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Anti-Racism Pedagogy Project

The Anti-Racism Pedagogy Project is a video library that showcases pre-recorded talks by local community activists, students and educators in Montreal and Canada and transforms them into anti-racism educational resources for the classroom.

Combatting racism in education

The Anti-Racist Pedagogy Video Library is a platform designed to help deepen understanding of anti-racist frameworks, strategies, and practices. We are committed to helping educators and administrators adopt educational practices with an intersectional lens that improve students' lives, help educators integrate self-reflection and accountability practices, create safe classrooms, and develop engaging syllabi rooted in the oral histories of those most impacted by racism.

 

Our resources are designed for use in the classroom and beyond to support everyone as we work on challenging and dismantling systemic racism and oppression.

Video Library

Each video is accompanied with related resources and actionable steps. See the description and open the video in YouTube to access the url links and the video transcript.