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Here are new additions to A Collection Of Useful Posts, Articles & Videos On Race & Racism – Help Me Find More:
Why Our Classrooms Benefit From Minority Teachers is from Ed Week.
Starbucks’ critics are making a big mistake is by Van Jones.
What does justice sound like? A personal civil rights playlist is from Fusion.
What Selma Got Right appeared in Medium.
Why racism is not backed by science is from The Guardian.
Study: lighter-skinned black and Hispanic people look smarter to white people is from Vox.
The education-reform movement is too white to do any good is by Andre Perry.
Text to Text | ‘What Would Malcolm X Think?’ and ‘After the Bombing’ is from The New York Times Learning Network.
These 2 sets of pictures are everything you need to know about race, crime, and media bias http://t.co/qR0ZyNnREb pic.twitter.com/DIDPunXxea
— Vox (@voxdotcom) April 2, 2015
This test will tell you whether you're prejudiced without knowing it. Here's how it works. http://t.co/uGWjxMJ3J2 pic.twitter.com/MBjRIkG6hy
— Upworthy (@Upworthy) March 29, 2015
Tackling Implicit Bias. A new TT blog by @Cohnvargas http://t.co/yPaiBNKJgh pic.twitter.com/txm143OjOo
— Teaching Tolerance (@Tolerance_org) March 26, 2015
Great work @amybintliff! “@Tolerance_org: "You mean a Muslim is coming here?!” http://t.co/Vr6WEESRt9 pic.twitter.com/yEtAgvZV5I”
— Monita Bell (@MonitaB_TT) March 20, 2015