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Racial Equity Learning Modules: VOLUME 2


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Racial Equity Learning Modules: VOLUME 2

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This DVD provides educators with 4 media-rich workshop  presentations with video clips (PowerPoint), along with 4 Facilitator’s Guides (PDF).

Who Should Use These Materials

Educators & Trainers
Racial Equity Learning Modules are ideal for those who are interested in engaging others in issues of diversity & inclusion, and particularly in exploring and understanding structural racism. These groups might include adult learners in a variety of sectors:

  • Higher education – professors, administrators, and students
  • Government – local, state and federal employees
  • Healthcare providers and administrators
  • Faith-based leaders and their communities
  • K – 12 school communities – parents, teachers, staff and high school students
  • Philanthropy
  • Nonprofit organizations including community-based service and cultural workers.

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What People are Saying

  • The material focuses on institutionalized racism, which is the hardest to explain. It is compelling without being provoking.

    - Anne Hastings, Faculty, UNC Chapel Hill
  • The best I've seen! I'm excited about getting started, using it in our department & city wide.
    - Natalie Hunter, Race and Social Justice Change Team Member
  • Sometimes we struggle with the angle to approach difficult conversations about race and equity, REL served as a great resource and an excellent frame for the conversation. It helps to advance what we are all hoping to achieve.
    - Sara Chang, Boston Public Health Commission
  • The art and imagery in this curricula sparked a different part of people's minds and gave us a more complex understanding of race and power. These modules will become a part of our quarterly training materials; they support us in opening new conversation around race and power.
    - Ellen Morrison, Director of Training, Edgewood Center for Families
  • Racial Equity Learning should be required learning in K-12 and college curriculum.
    - Lauren Rodriguez, Leadership Learning Community

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