Talking About Race
|Produced by||The Smithsonian|
|Topics/keywords||America, Anti-Racism, Citizenship, Discrimination, History, Identity, Politics, Prejudice, Race, Racism|
|Age range||KS1 (ages 5–7), KS2 (ages 7–11), KS3 (ages 11–14), KS4 (ages 14–16), KS5 (ages 16–18)|
|Summary||Talking about race, although hard, is necessary. This resource has been created by the Smithsonian for educators to help with opening a discussion about race. It looks at the historical foundations of race, being anti-racist and building a community, as well as providing the tools and guidance to explore this topic whether you are teaching… Read more|
There’s no quick or foolproof way to talk about the complexities of race. But, it’s a conversation we all need to have, no matter your race, background, education or experience. What and how the history of race in America is presented is an opportunity to engage in thoughtful, respectful, and productive conversations. Let’s get started, continue, or expand the conversation together.