As the owner of Intentional College Teaching, I commit to working towards a just and equitable society. I commit to learning more about how equity, inclusion, and diversity goals are not enough, and are not synonymous with anti-racism. As Paulo Freire has long stated, education is not neutral, and all acts of education are political. I commit to learning how I can do more, to continually reviewing and updating the courses and facilitation practices offered through ICT, and to furthering my personal and professional actions with the intent of practicing and sharing anti-racist, inclusive pedagogy. – Bridget Arend
Below please find some curated resources about inclusive and anti-racist pedagogy.
- Becoming an Anti-Racist Educator
- Start somewhere: Resources on equity and inclusion for STEM and higher education
- Pedagogical Strategies to Acknowledge and Discuss Institutional Legacies of Racism
- Talking About Race from the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture
Because nearly three quarters of full-time college faculty in the U.S. are white, these perspectives can also be very useful.