CARE is a set of tools to help educators see what antiracist teaching looks like, hone their own practice, and analyze classroom resources. While most educators want to address race and racism in schools and classrooms, they lack the necessary tools and skills. CARE’s mission is to advance antiracist curriculum and equip antiracist educations. These […]
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Recently, Florida has joined the rising number of states mandating Asian American history be taught in public schools. While schools finally beginning to discuss the contributions of Asian Americans is something to be celebrated, the news came on the heels of the state banning the newly created AP African American History curriculum. To many observers, this new Asian American history requirement appeared to be another case in the long history of the media and politicians pitting Asian American communities against African Americans.