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.
Thank you and Acknowledgements
This project was made possible with the generous support of sponsors, in-kind supporters and collaborators. A big thank you to Dr. Kimberley Manning for her visionary and supervisory role at the onset of this project! And special thanks to the video participants for making this project possible. Various centres, departments and groups at Concordia University provide funding: Black Studies at Concordia, the Centre for Teaching and Learning, the Department of Communication Studies, the Department of English, the Faculty of Arts and Science, the Department of Geography, Planning and Environment, the Office of Community Engagement, the Department of Religions and Cultures, the School of Graduate Studies, the Simone de Beauvoir Institute, the Department of Sociology and Anthropology and the SHIFT Centre for Social Transformation. In-kind support is provided by: the Feminist Media Studio, the Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability at Concordia University, the Centre for Teaching and Learning, the Access in the Making Lab at Concordia University. A special thanks to Access in the Making Lab (AIM) at Concordia for their continued efforts toward cultivating accessible spaces and practices.