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combatting racism in education 

The Anti-Racist Pedagogy Project is a video library that showcases pre-recorded talks by local community activists, students and educators in Montreal and Canada and transforms them into anti-racist educational resources for the classroom.

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world
- Nelson Mandela

African American woman with raised fist participating in black civil rights demonstrations

We are growing

Help the Respond2Crisis team expand the library, connect with more video participants across the country and continue to provide opportunities for student interns. 

Bring course materials to life by incorporating the voices of real people in our community that are overcoming racism.

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 We tailor the videos to your syllabus 

ccess the course integration guide

“Thank you and I have recommended this program to other teachers.”

“This project helps to integrate some of the more recent critical approaches to strategize both my own learning and pedagogy. It also facilitates a focus on contemporary issues relevant to local Montreal populations.”

Testimonials

Educators say...

A repository of resources to support educators and students 

Thank you to our sponsors and supporters

This project was made possible with the generous support of sponsors, in-kind supporters and collaborators.

A big thank you to Dr. Kimberley Manning for her visionary and supervisory role at the onset of this project! And special thanks to the video participants for making this project possible.

A special thanks to Access in the Making Lab (AIM) at Concordia for their continued efforts toward cultivating accessible spaces and practices. Check out their website for tools, resources and inspiration.

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African American woman with raised fist participating in black civil rights demonstrations

We are growing

Help the Respond2Crisis team expand the video library, connect with more video participants across the country and continue to provide opportunities for student interns.