Anti-Racism Training & Curriculum Development
Higher education today must meet the needs of its constituents by prioritizing diversity, equity, inclusion, and belongingness on their college campuses.
Today’s generation demands it.
The conversations are more explicit. The push for radical change is here.
Educators cannot afford to miss an opportunity to learn, grow, and integrate critical race discussions on campus.
Racial Literacy Advocates is here to help
Our training and curriculum development programs are for secondary educators and college educators who want to create a classroom dynamic that is predicated on critical race understanding and decolonized pedagogy.
We believe racial literacy is a concept best implemented in academic spaces. Educators have an incredible opportunity and obligation to inform and transform the next generation of leaders.
With these trainings, educators will attend a day-long workshop that is designed to give them foundational content that addresses a myriad of race-related factors at the intersection of education, classroom, and organization management. During the training, they will be provided a manual that includes materials and curriculum that they can integrate in the classroom prior to and after their students attend a RaceTalk workshop or panel.
These programs are customized to the needs of your institution, but they generally include: