Getting students to use literature to engage in a call to action within their school and school community should be a primary goal. Imagine using the tools of literacy instruction to trouble inequitable systems. Participants in this session will be introduced to, engage with an anti-racist instructional paradigm designed to elevate the voices of historically marginalized people to make their experiences visible and foster in students both the development of empathy and critical consciousness. The goal of this session is to provide teachers with a framework in which students can examine and challenge racism and social injustices. Teachers will walk away with methods for "flipping" their own curriculum to be project-based incorporating anti-racist practices.
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